Former Secretary Ryan Zinke has landed his first job since leaving the Trump administration. Zinke joined Daniel Cannon at his Artillery One investment company as Managing Director. Besides Zinke, Artillery One also hired scientist Steven Lindgren, who will be the company’s new President.
Cashiers, NC, United States of America – January 14, 2019 —
Artillery One is very pleased to announce that former Secretary of the Interior and United States Congressman Ryan Zinke has joined as Managing Director. Zinke served as a Navy Seal Commander before a long career in public service, which culminated in his appointment to Secretary of the Interior in the Trump Administration. Prior to that position, Mr. Zinke was a member of the Montana Senate and then the United States House of Representatives, in which he was a member of the Natural Resources Committee and Armed Services Committee. Furthermore, he is a successful businessman with experience in property management and business development with a consulting company, Continental Divide International.
“Secretary Zinke brings a wealth of experience and understanding of the workings of business and government,” said Artillery One’s Chief Executive Officer Daniel P. Cannon. “His expertise in the energy and technology sectors will help Artillery One to continue to expand its consulting and finance business in the core areas of cybersecurity, energy, fintech and digital assets. We look forward to introducing him to our strategic partners and clients around the globe.”
As Managing Director, Ryan Zinke will work closely with Mr. Cannon, the visionary investment banker who formed Artillery One, to pursue investing and development opportunities globally in energy, fintech and cybersecurity. Together with Mr. Cannon, they will continue to follow the vision of President Donald J. Trump in Making America Great Again, by bringing economic development, jobs and opportunities for people, at home and internationally. While Zinke will be based in Montana and California, his work activities are expected to include extensive travel overseas in Europe and elsewhere.
Artillery One would further like to announce the appointment of Steven Lindgren as its President. Former Chief Risk Officer at UBS, Mr. Lindgren has over 25 years of experience as a quant, developer, trader and risk manager for global investment banks and wealth managers.
Originally from Chicago, Mr. Lindgren has Physics degrees from the University of Chicago and Stanford University. Prior to his career in Finance, he co-founded a Silicon Valley startup, Stanford Research Systems, which designs scientific instrumentation, and also performed research as a Senior Scientist for the Advanced Technology Group at General Atomics in La Jolla CA. Mr. Lindgren will be based in Zug, Switzerland.
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