Bill Hunnicutt began his business career at IBM marketing computer systems to media companies in Manhattan. Within three years, he became the top producer of his group sales force.

In 1981, he moved to Wall Street joining Oppenheimer & Co. where he specialized in a proprietary equity asset management product. Starting without a book of clients, within three years he became the firm’s top revenue producer and was promoted to Senior Vice President.

In 1988, Mr. Hunnicutt established his own brokerage firm, Hunnicutt & Co. LLC, a member of FINRA. Hunnicutt & Co. was among the first placement agencies to specialize in marketing hedge funds to institutional and high net-worth investors. The firm subsequently added private equity and venture capital funds. For the past thirty years; Hunnicutt & Co. has raised capital for various multi-billion dollar funds of diverse styles and strategies.

Mr. Hunnicutt serves on the Board of the Alexander Hamilton Institute. He has a B.A. from Hamilton College and an M.B.A. from Columbia University.


Prior to joining Hunnicutt & Co., J.C. Khoury managed the assets of his family office and was personally active in fintech investing.

Prior to working in finance, J.C. Khoury founded and headed a production company that produced dozens of commercials and branded content short films. His clients included Comcast, Avaya, Swiffer, The Washington Post and Aquafina. He developed numerous films and TV projects, financed and produced five feature films that were sold to Netflix, Showtime and several international distributors. As a director, his commercial work is part of the permanent collection of the MoMA.

He holds a B.A. from Columbia University and an M.B.A. from the NYU Stern school of business.