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Dave Daglio


As CEO and Chief Investment officer of BC-GUMPS and former Executive Vice President and Chief Investment Officer at Mellon, consultant, and engineer, I have spent my career looking for the next big problem to solve. 

From analyzing individual company performance to pioneering a unique and award winning equity investing approach at Mellon, my goal has always been to improve, to optimize, and to find the best solutions for the people I work with.

After helping to build and run the 12th largest US asset manager with over $500 billion in assets, I have embarked on a new challenge: to rethink what an asset manager is and how one can best serve its clients.

BC-GUMPS is my answer. A firm built specifically to embrace the most creative ideas that are often impossible or impractical for the biggest asset managers, BC-GUMPS embraces cutting edge episodic investment strategies with a flexible and scalable approach to research that enables us to identify and pursue unique investment approaches with an emphasis on asymmetrical results.

Corey Griffin


Corey Griffin is an accomplished senior executive, with 30+ years of experience building, growing and repositioning investment management firms.

He has provided leadership in a variety of roles, including CEO, COO, President, Chairman, and Board Director with a demonstrated ability to drive revenues, manage change and convert strategy into results.

Most recently he was the CEO of Boston Private Wealth, a subsidiary of publicly traded Boston Private Financial Holdings (BPFH), and oversaw a transformation of overall strategy: redesigning the business model to create a more appealing offering, leading to significant growth in clients, assets, and geographic reach.

Prior to joining Boston Private in 2013, he served as the president of The Davis Companies, a leading Boston based real estate company. Under his leadership the company evolved from its legacy focus on regional investment and development on behalf of high net worth investors into a platform with national capabilities and the ability to raise discretionary pools of assets for institutional investors.

From 1994 to 2011, he was at The Boston Company Asset Management, BNYMellon’s largest and most profitable asset management affiliate where from 2001 to 2009, he was the Chairman and CEO. Under his direction, the firm grew from $25 to $75 Billion in AUM with over 40 separate global equity strategies offered through the institutional, private client and retail channels.

He serves as the President of the Corey C. Griffin Charitable Foundation whose mission is to change the trajectory of the lives of youth from under-resourced communities. He also is on the Board of Trustees at The Carroll School in Lincoln MA, one of the nations’ leading schools for elementary and middle school students who have been diagnosed with specific learning difficulties in reading and writing such as dyslexia.

He received a bachelor’s degree in Economics from Harvard University and is also a graduate of Harvard Business School.

Dale Dutile

Chief Financial Officer

Prior to his role as CFO at BC-GUMPS, Dale Dutile served as Chief Financial Officer at aptihealth. As CFO, Dutile was a key member of the aptihealth executive team in driving financial, strategic, and operational leadership across the company. He was responsible for the management and direction of all financial affairs, including business strategy, financial analysis fundraising, investor relations, and operations effectiveness, as well as spearheading the development of robust financial analytics to guide business performance and success.

Dutile brings nearly 30 years of recognized fiscal excellence as an investor and advisor to hundreds of healthcare companies in the areas of capital development, financial management, strategy, and business development.

In his role as Managing Director of The Boston Company Asset Management for over 13 years, he was the Portfolio Manager in the U.S. Opportunistic Value Team. With primary responsibility for investments in the healthcare sector, including biopharma, medical devices, payors, providers, service providers, and life science tools, Dutile helped the team drive a 300 percent increase in assets under management to USD 10 billion over the course of a decade. The U.S. Opportunistic Value Team’s investment returns earned awards from Lipper, The Wall Street Journal, and Institutional Investor magazine.

Before that, Dutile served as Senior Vice President at MFS Investment Management in Boston, where he led healthcare sector equity research efforts for a USD 300 billion family of retail and institutional equity portfolios, focused primarily on the medical device, managed care, hospital, and other specialty healthcare sectors.

Dutile earned a bachelor’s degree in Finance and Quantitative Methods from the Carroll School of Management at Boston College, and a Master of Business Administration from the Sloan School of Management at MIT.

Kyle Pinkerton

Director of Research

Kyle Pinkerton is the Director of Research at BC-GUMPS. Before joining BC-GUMPS, Pinkerton served as Vice President at Valens Research, where his most significant contributions were related to architecting the company’s research processes.

During his tenure at Valens, he was instrumental in the development of Valens’ flagship uniform accounting platform and helped standardize the credit model that powers BC-GUMPS’s flagship fund. Pinkerton also played a key role in standardizing the investment research process for the analyst team, implementing a systematic approach that not only ensured consistent and high-quality research but also streamlined the way the team conducted research and delivered their findings to management. By instituting best practices and clear guidelines, Pinkerton enabled junior members of the team to efficiently contribute to research projects, enhancing collaboration and knowledge-sharing within the organization.

As the Director of Research at BC-GUMPS, Pinkerton continues to champion a culture of process efficiency and standardized methodologies, contributing to the firm’s reputation for delivering unique investment strategies.

Pinkerton received a bachelor’s degree in Economics/Finance from Northeastern University, and earned the Chartered Financial Analyst designation in August 2018.


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