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John S. Hantak

President, Houston

Call: 713-336-6213

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EXPERIENCE

John Hantak is the president of Northern Trust's wealth management business in Houston, Texas. Prior to his current role, John was the managing director of Houston's ultra-high-net-worth business.

A graduate of Villanova University, John has over 24 years of investments, business development and leadership experience in the wealth management sector. John has led many strategic growth initiatives while earning consistently high satisfaction rankings with the firm's clientele.

EDUCATION

A graduate of Villanova University, John has over 24 years of investments, business development and leadership experience in the wealth management sector. John has led many strategic growth initiatives while earning consistently high satisfaction rankings with the firm’s clientele.

CREDENTIALS

John holds the Series 7, 9, 10, and 63 securities licenses. He is also a graduate of The Northern Trust Company's Trust School.

INTERESTS

His interests include hunting, fishing, western heritage, and horseback riding.

EXPERTISE

John proactively leads a team of seasoned professionals that meet the financial needs of an ultra-high-net-worth clientele. The Houston business focuses on providing investment management, fiduciary, private banking, and wealth consulting solutions to successful families.

The Houston market represents one of the fastest growing economies in the U.S. – and a region that has been identified as a primary growth market for The Northern Trust Company.

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

John serves on the board of directors for the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. John has volunteered with the rodeo since 2008 and also serves on the Grand Entry, Feed Store, Mutton Bustin', and Parade Committees. John also serves on the board of directors for Junior Achievement and is a past board member for Friends for Life Animal Shelter. In addition, he is a member of the Children's Fund of Houston, Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation, St. Cecilia Catholic Church, and the Tejas Vaqueros.

3 THINGS PEOPLE ASK ME

1. What has allowed Northern Trust to remain independent for 130 years?
2. Why Northern Trust?
3. What new trends are you seeing in the financial services industry?

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