7200 Wisconsin Ave., Ste. 1103, Bethesda, MD 20814 Tel: (301) 656-9038
David H. Cunningham
President, Chief Investment Officer
Before joining Westbourne, David was a Senior Portfolio Manager and Vice President at Foxhall Capital Management (formerly Nye, Parnell & Emerson) for 11 years. He also served for five years as Vice President and Chief Investment Officer at Potomac Asset Management. David began his investment management career as a stockbroker in Washington DC with Hornblower and Weeks. He later joined American Security Bank where he was promoted to Trust Investment Officer prior to joining Thomson McKinnon Securities Investment Advisory Division where he served as a Vice President and Senior Portfolio Manager.
David has been actively involved with the Washington Society of Investment Analysts. He has served as an advisory board member of the Washington Hospital Center and as a board member of the Friends of the Torpedo Factory Arts Center in Alexandria, VA. David graduated from the University of Virginia with a B.A. in history.
Westbourne Investment Advisors, Inc.
Before joining Westbourne, Scot served as Co-Chief Investment Officer of the Bay Bridge TMT Value Fund and Chief Financial Officer of Bay Bridge Capital Management. Prior to that Scot worked at Legg Mason Capital Management from 1999-2006 and was a generalist for multiple industries, including retail, supermarkets, IT services, brokerages, and technology. From 2001-2006, he served as telecommunications analyst with coverage of $5.5 billion in assets under management for proprietary mutual funds Legg Mason Value Trust, Special Investment Trust, and Opportunity Trust.
From 1996-1999, Scot was a Financial Analyst with Legg Mason Inc. in the Financial Administration department, responsible for corporate projects including strategic analysis and business development for Legg Mason Inc., risk management for the taxable fixed income trading desk of Legg Mason Wood Walker, and financial modeling of Legg Mason Inc. subsidiaries and departments.
From 1989-1996, Scot was a Senior Engineer at Newport News Shipbuilding, where he performed technical and quantitative analyses of nuclear power plant systems of the CVN68 Class aircraft carriers. Scot received a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Virginia Tech in 1989, and a MBA with honors from the College of William and Mary in 1996. Scot was awarded the Chartered Financial Analyst designation in 2000 and is a member of the CFA Society of Washington DC.
Before joining Westbourne Bruce served as Chief Operating Officer of Bay Bridge Capital Management. Bruce was employed as a securities broker with Deutsche Banc Alex Brown Employee Brokerage Services from 1998-2002. Bruce served both local and international DBAB employees with transactions in equities, bonds, options, mutual funds, and foreign currencies. Prior to becoming a Series 7 licensed securities broker in 1998, Bruce worked as a registered sales assistant in Alex Brown’s High Net Worth brokerage group beginning in 1995.
From 2002 until his joining Bay Bridge Capital Management, Bruce analyzed publicly traded companies for purpose of investment. Bruce received a Master of Science in Finance from Loyola College in Maryland in 1998 and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with minors in Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry from the University of Denver in 1994.
Bruce S. Kromminga
Scot E. Labin, CFA
Director of Research