The following article appeared in St. Louis Business Journal on February 14, 2019
It’s no exaggeration to say as a partner at Moneta I utilize the skills I developed as a
collegiate hockey player and youth hockey coach. The average career of a professional
athlete is very short. Because of this, it has always been my dream to help athletes
manage the complex issues they face and help them plan for the rest of their lives.
Being part of a team nearly all of my life has prepared me to mentor younger
professionals on the Compardo, Wienstroer, Conrad and Janes Team, which has grown
from eight people to 20 in the five years since I joined. I believe if I do the right thing
for the right reasons I will see success. With this philosophy, our athlete practice has
grown 45 percent in the past year. Even more than this, my greatest accomplishments in my career are the relationships I
have built with my clients and colleagues.
How do you want to make your mark in St. Louis? The athletes and families I serve are people who will shape the world both
today and in the future. There is no better place to start building something special than in St. Louis
College? Saint Louis University, Bachelor of Finance
High school? Richview Collegiate, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Best part of your job? Collaborating with my team and advising and protecting my clients
Best advice for a young professional? Figure out what you are passionate about and work really hard to get there.
Who is your dream mentor? Richard Branson, Mark Cuban, Peyton Manning
First job? Hockey Instructor at EuroCan Hockey School.
Most surprising fact about you? My college hockey jersey was in the Hockey Hall of Fame
Volunteer or charitable efforts? St. Louis Sports Commission, St. Louis AAA Amateur Blues
The full article on Jordan Janes appears here.