Stephanie Hammond

Investor Relations

Stephanie Hammond is Director – Investor Relations at Domain Capital Group, the parent company of two registered investment adviser subsidiaries, Domain Capital Advisors, LLC and Domain Timber Advisors, LLC. In this role, she is responsible for cultivating and maintaining new and existing relationships, developing solutions to meet client needs and driving strategy to support growth for the company.

Ms. Hammond launched her 25+ year career in 1991 as Assistant Vice President of Commercial Lending for SunTrust Bank, where she provided analysis for corporate and individual debt structures, and made lending recommendations based on the bank’s credit standards. In 1997, she joined Scientific-Atlanta, a global provider of cable set-top boxes, end-to-end video distribution networks and video system integration.
In 2000, Ms. Hammond became Financial Advisor with Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, where she was responsible for preserving, protecting and growing clients’ financial assets. Specifically, she partnered with high-net-worth individuals to create financial plans and implement appropriate asset allocation of their portfolios.
With a track record for building relationships with analysts and clients while driving measurable value, Ms. Hammond became Director of Business Development and Client Services at an Atlanta-based timberland investment management organization in 2012. Here, she supported a number of strategic growth initiatives while maintaining a focus on client relations and service excellence.
Ms. Hammond is an active member of the community and has served on the board for various committees and organizations, including Art Partners, The Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta and The Lovett School. Ms. Hammond earned her B.S. in Finance from the University of Florida and received a Masters in Business Administration with a focus in Finance from Georgia State University. FINRA Series 7, 66, 31 (Inactive). Georgia Life & Health, Accidental & Sickness, Variable Insurance Licenses (Inactive).