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Mary M. Kennemur

Mary M. Kennemur

Mary is leading JHS Capital Advisors’ Wealth Management Group. A subsidiary of JHS Capital Holdings, Inc., the firm’s mission is to deliver a comprehensive client offering, while providing a compelling transition opportunity for professional financial advisors at wire houses, banks and independent practices. Prior to joining JHS, Mary was a former First Vice President and Regional Managing Director of Merrill Lynch. With more than 25 years of industry experience, Mary oversees all operations of the wealth management business including client service and recruiting.Education:Presidential Honors Graduate, University of South Carolina, 1975; Bachelors Degree in Business Administration; Member of Delta Delta Delta; Member of Women’s Tennis Team. Executive Management Courses at Harvard and Wharton School of BusinessPhilanthropic:1998 – Established the Mary M. Kennemur Scholarship, available through the Darla Moore School of Business for South Carolina students who require financial assistance20-Plus Years in the Financial IndustryCommercial Loan Officer - South Carolina NationalPetro Lewis Corporation - Billings, MontanaMerrill Lynch1982 - Financial Advisor - Denver, Colorado1988 - Sales Manager - Tampa, Florida1991 - Resident Vice President (RVP) - Fort Wayne, Indiana1996 - RVP - Rochester\/Central New York Complex1998 - Senior Vice President - South Carolina Complex2000 – First Vice President, RMD, Southeast Region ( responsible for seven states including South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Florida; 1,300 Financial Advisors; $850 million in revenue; $128 billion in assets and liabilities under management; and an average FA productivity of $670,000Affiliations:South Carolina Retirement Systems Investment Panel Member – first woman to be named to the Investment PanelUSC Women’s Athletic Mentor ProgramUnited Way Board of Directors (upcoming 2010 Chairman of the Board) and Executive CommitteePalmetto Health Advisory Treasury Services CommitteeCoastal Conservation League Board and Investment CommitteeFirst National Bank Board