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Creekstone Capital Management is an independent, fee-only investment adviser founded in 2010. We seek to provide our clients with superior investment solutions, transparent fees, and personal service. Creekstone maintains a focus on one primary business of managing separate accounts for our clients. Separate accounts provide many benefits relative to commingled investment vehicles like hedge funds. Clients have daily visibility into their account holdings and transaction activity and have immediate access to their money without lock-ups. At the same time, they can add additional capital to their account whenever they choose.
Buford Ray Conley
Buford Ray Conley is the founder and CEO of CreekStone Capital Management, LLC. He is responsible for investment selection and portfolio management. Prior to creating CreekStone Capital, Mr. Conley was a partner at Palo Alto Investors, LLC, where he was responsible for all technology investments. Prior to joining Palo Alto Investors, Mr. Conley was a partner at Oak Hill Capital Management, a business analyst at McKinsey & Company, and an engineer at Hughes Aircraft Company. Mr. Conley currently serves on the board of directors of Space Infrastructure Services LLC, Finance Technology Leverage LLC, and Reciprocity Labs. He was previously a member of the board of directors of many early stage technology ventures including Limelight Networks (NASDAQ: LLNW) and Telephia (NYSE: NLSN). Mr. Conley earned a B.S. and M.S. in Aerospace Engineering with a concentration in Economics from MIT. He is the inventor of the air-breathing ion rocket engine, and has published research on the cause of aortic aneurysms. Mr. Conley is a member of the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels.