Dennett W.


Senior Vice President, Investments

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Denny is a Senior Vice President- Investments at Moors & Cabot. He joined the firm in 1989 when M&C acquired Alternative Investment Corp. He has been an investment advisor for more than 40 years, having started with F.S. Moseley in 1969. Prior to his investment career, after completing three years as a Naval officer on board the aircraft carrier, USS Essex, Denny spent three years in institutional sales for Xerox Corp.

Denny holds a BA from the University of Pennsylvania, where he graduated in 1963.

In addition to his professional career, Denny has always had a love for golf. Denny’s volunteer work includes several charities; he has served for many years as a Rules Official for the Massachusetts Golf Association, and the New England Golf Association. Recently retired from the Board of Directors of the Francis Ouimet Scholarship Fund, where he served for forty years, Denny served in many capacities, including President, Chairman of the Long Range Planning Committee, and Co-Chairman of the Annual Banquet for thirteen years. This annual event is recognized as the country’s largest golf charity fund raiser, frequently attended by more than 2,000 supporters. Over the past decade, this dinner alone has raised millions of dollars for college scholarships, which are awarded to deserving young men and women in Massachusetts.


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