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Our Team

Kevin P. Chiappetta, CFA

In May 2017, Corporate Central launched its balance sheet optimization CUSO, QuantyPhi, and named Kevin as President. QuantyPhi’s ALM experts focus on finding opportunity on both sides of the balance sheet by running what-if scenarios that facilitate successful relative-value balance sheet decisions.

Kevin's initial career at Corporate Central began in January 1996 as Vice President Investments where he managed the loan, deposit, and investment portfolios. Kevin departed in June 2002, where he spent 11+ years working with credit union investment CUSOs and two years with an asset-liability modeling & consulting firm. Working primarily with credit unions throughout his career, Kevin brings a rich history of experience in his 30+ years providing financial services, with a primary emphasis in fixed income security analysis, portfolio management, and balance sheet risk management.

In August 2016, Corporate Central welcomed Kevin back as the Senior Vice President Investment Services to assist members in understanding the complete risk profile of their balance sheet risk, re-think traditional security analysis, and build portfolios to compliment the optimal performance of the entire balance sheet. Kevin also focuses on the continuing education for members and their supervisory committees and boards.

Kevin's education includes a bachelor's degree in Accounting from St. Norbert College in De Pere, WI. Kevin is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) charter holder and an active member and volunteer for the CFA Institute in Charlottesville, VA. Kevin was elected to the CFA Society Milwaukee Board in July 2019 and elected as President in 2021. He has been an active member of the society for 25+ years.

Kevin married his college sweetheart in 1987 and assisted in the upbringing of their son and daughter. As of today, Kevin still has the role of cheerleader, proud supporter, and provider of unlimited, unsolicited life advice to his children. In his free time, Kevin is interested in soccer at all levels, watching a variety of sports, reading about interesting topics, spending time with family, and correcting their grammatical errors.

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Adam Stone

Adam joined QuantyPhi as Vice President ALM & Investments in May 2020. In January 2023, he was promoted to Executive Vice President Investment Services. He is primarily responsible for managing ALM and consulting programs for member credit unions. Additionally, he oversees the sales of investment products to member credit unions as well as the execution of QuantyPhi’s business plan and growth initiatives.

Adam has over 17 years of experience in the financial services industry. He spent eight years as an Investment Analyst and Senior Investment Analyst for Corporate Central. Then he moved to New York City where he spent six years as a Senior Consultant and Manager for a large audit and advisory firm specializing in treasury, ALM and liquidity risk management for large, global financial institutions. Adam earned his bachelor’s degree in Economics from UW-Madison.

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Danny McIntyre

Danny brings over 35 years’ experience in the financial services industry. He began his career in New Orleans trading US Treasury, Federal Agency and mortgage backed securities. In 1987 he and his new bride Diana moved to Dallas, TX where he established and managed a taxable bond trading desk for a regional brokerage firm.

In January 2003, Danny “discovered” credit unions. He worked at a corporate credit union to help establish a broker-dealer and trading desk and very quickly became a big fan of the credit union movement. He has spent the past 14 years dedicated to helping credit unions be successful. Actively involved in asset liability management, he has helped credit unions build investment portfolios that complement their balance sheets and help them manage based on both risk as well as return.  Assisting with education and training for credit union professionals and volunteers remains a primary focus for Danny as well. “Education allows us to help members be more efficient which in turn affords them more time to serve their members – people helping people.” 

Danny attended Loyola University and Delgado College in New Orleans. He completed his studies as a business major at Tulane University. He holds his Series 7 and 63 licenses. When asked about his greatest accomplishment, Danny points to convincing his wife Diana to marry him 29 years ago. He said the only two things that come close to that are raising their son, Chase, and watching the Saints win the Super Bowl in 2009, although he admittedly had little to do with the latter.

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*Securities offered through Concourse Financial Group Securities, Inc. (CFGS), Member FINRA/SIPCAdvisory services offered through Concourse Financial Group Advisors, a DBA for CFGS, a Registered Investment Advisor. QuantyPhi, LLC. is independent of CFGS.

**Securities offered through Concourse Financial Group Securities, Inc. (CFGS), Member FINRA/SIPC. QuantyPhi, LLC. is independent of CFGS. Registered in Arizona, California, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Texas, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.

***For a copy of CFGS’s Form CRS please visit: ConcourseFinancial.com.

Grant Peyron

Grant joined Corporate Central in September 2021 as a Financial Strategist. His primary role is to proactively advise credit unions on methods to productively manage their financial services and product portfolios. He also develops new business, builds rapport, and provides fiduciary expertise to credit union decision makers.

Grant has 32 years of experience in the futures/commodity industry. He began his career with Kemper Clearing in 1989 facilitating interest rate futures order execution at the CME. He then spent 28 years with Rosenthal Collins Group as their CME Trading Operations Manager. Most recently, he ran the 24-hour Electronic Execution Service desk with Marex Spectron. Grant studied Economics at UW-Parkside and went on to earn his Series 3 Futures License.

In his free time, Grant enjoys spending time with family and friends, boating in Door County, and traveling to his daughter’s track meetings. He also enjoys listening to podcasts of his favorite financial gurus.

Lynda Vice

Lynda joined Corporate Central as an ALM & Investment Analyst in May 2021. Her primary role is to perform analysis for current and potential members of the organization. Lynda helps manage investment accounting programs and provides support and consulting to member credit unions on their ALM programs. Additionally, she provides economic, market, and sector analysis; supports sales of investment and loan products; aids member security safekeeping; and assists with monthly reporting for the Board and Asset Liability Committee (ALCO).

Lynda spent the last ten years of her career working as a Controller at a community bank in Alaska. She attended both the University of Alaska and University of Phoenix, graduating with a bachelors degree in Accounting.

In her free time, Lynda likes to hike, bake, craft, and spend time with her Labrador. She also enjoys spending quality time with her husband, doing yard work, and exploring the lakes and trails Wisconsin has to offer.

Wade Cooper

Wade joined Corporate Central as a Financial Strategist in April 2019. His primary role is to help credit unions optimize and build a balance sheet that maximizes performance and allows them to better serve their members. Wade helps members learn about what their balance sheet needs from an ALM, risk, liquidity, and investment perspective. Once we determine those needs, he can assist credit unions with using the tools that they need to build an optimal balance sheet.

From 2015 to 2019, Wade served as the Supervisor of the Credit Union Section for the state of Illinois. At the time of his departure, there were 191 state-chartered credit unions with approximately $39 billion assets. He led an exam team of 14 examiners and three office staff. As a regulator, Wade made decisions regarding field of membership expansions, mergers, lending limit increases, disciplinary matters, legislation, and rule-making. He led the team to obtain accreditation from NASCUS for the first time. Additionally, Wade spearheaded a pilot program for an indirect investment pool which eventually became a permissible investment.

Wade brings varied experience in government and finance. From 2001 to 2007, Wade worked for the Illinois State Treasurer, Judy Baar Topinka, in the Illinois Funds which is an investment pool for public entities. In 2008, he joined the $70 million Prairie Trail Credit Union (PTCU) in Joliet, IL. PTCU would merge with the $210 million, privately insured, Argonne Credit Union, which would eventually be known as Abri Credit Union in Romeoville, IL. Following Abri, and before becoming a regulator, Wade obtained his Series 7 and Series 66 and became a financial advisor for two and half years.

Wade has a bachelor's degree from Iowa State University in Ames, IA, and a master's degree from Governors State University in University Park, IL.

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*Securities offered through Concourse Financial Group Securities, Inc. (CFGS), Member FINRA/SIPCAdvisory services offered through Concourse Financial Group Advisors, a DBA for CFGS, a Registered Investment Advisor. QuantyPhi, LLC. is independent of CFGS.

**Securities offered through Concourse Financial Group Securities, Inc. (CFGS), Member FINRA/SIPC. QuantyPhi, LLC. is independent of CFGS. Registered in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin.

***For a copy of CFGS’s Form CRS please visit: ConcourseFinancial.com.