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COO Peter Mustian Moves Up the Ladder at Innovest

The COO – and Top Young Pro in 2019 – graduated from research analyst




Peter Mustian joined Innovest in 2004 as a research analyst and was named COO in 2014. In the last three years, Innovest has more than doubled both its workforce, to 46, and assets under consultation, to $23 billion. Mustian created a formalized mentor program and implemented a flattened corporate structure that increased employee feedback and communication. He also helped the company establish a Charitable Donations Committee that designates 1.5 percent of firm revenue to nonprofits, where employees also volunteer.

A University of Colorado graduate, Mustian is a Leeds School of Business mentor for undergraduate students.

“Peter does not seek recognition for all of the contributions he makes to our firm,” colleague Christine Hudek says. “He leads the firm with a quiet steadiness, humility and sincere dedication to do what is right for our clients and for Innovest’s professionals. He is a true steward.”

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Lisa Ryckman is ColoradoBiz's managing editor. Contact her at lryckman@cobizmag.com.

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