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IWP Holdings, LLC.

IWP Holdings, LLC was founded on the principle of investing with purpose and owns faith-based businesses, including an investment adviser.

  • Stage Full Product Ready
  • Industry Financial Services
  • Location Irving, TX, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded April 2011
  • Employees 5
  • Website

Company Summary

IWP Holdings, LLC was founded for the purpose of holding investments in faith-based businesses. We are the largest owner of a registered investment adviser, which advises the Epiphany Funds family of mutual funds. Our other lines of business offer services including a screening methodology, proxy voting, and advisory services for the development of student housing. Our clients are mutual fund investors, individuals, institutions, and trusts.


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    Samuel J Saladino

    Samuel J. Saladino, age 38, has over 15 years of experience managing assets for retail clients. In the beginning of his career, he developed a large, successful financial planning practice under the Ameriprise platform. His success led him to the role of district manager where he was responsible for recruiting, training, and developing new financial advisors while continuing to manage his own practice. He sold his practice in January of 2005 a

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    Nancy P Benson

    Nancy P. Benson, age 40, has over 17 years of experience in structuring, negotiating, analyzing, and financing real estate, banking, and general corporate financing transactions. She began her career at NationsBank as a middle market commercial lender. Following this, Nancy served as the Assistant Treasurer for Crescent Real Estate Equities, a multi-billion dollar, publically-traded real estate investment trust. While there, she oversaw the fi

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    Javier Creixall
    Executive Chairman

    Javier Creixell, age 60, has over 35 years of experience in the international finance arena. Javier has been the managing member of Toston LLC since its inception in 2001. He is also the portfolio manager for the Epiphany FFV Latin America Fund. During Javier’s tenure as the CEO of Operadora de Bolsa, it grew into one of the largest financial institutions in Mexico with a $2 billion dollar market cap (1980’s). He is also a board member for the


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    John Fahy, Whitaker Chalk Swindle & Schwartz, LLP

Previous Investors

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    Samuel J. Saladino, III, Nancy P. Benson, Javier Creixall (Toston LLC) and three other individuals