D. Scott Luttrell
Mr. Luttrell is a Founding Board Partner of The Coltala Group, and a member of its Investment Committee. Mr. Luttrell is also the CEO and Chief Investment Officer of LCM Group, providing oversight for LCM Group’s family office investment activities. Mr. Luttrell founded LCM Group in 1988 to diversify capital and focus on building an investment management business targeting the rapidly growing alternative investment sector. LCM launched its first global fixed income focused hedge fund that same year and in 1990 merged that hedge fund business with Caxton Corp, a leading NY based investment management firm, where Mr. Luttrell served as Principal and Managing Partner until his retirement from Caxton in 2000.
Mr. Luttrell currently serves on the Board of Trustees and Chairman of the Investment Committee for the YMCA Retirement Fund, a $7.2 billion retirement fund serving the employees of the YMCA. Mr. Luttrell also serves on several private company boards and is active in various academic and community organizations including serving on Southern Methodist University’s Cox School Executive Board and the Cox School Alternative Asset Management Center Board of Advisors, is Chairman of the Board of Directors of HOI (Helping Others Internationally), Board of Directors of East-West Ministries, and the Board of Trustees to the National Christian Foundation of North Texas. Mr. Luttrell serves as Chairman of the Board of Advisors to North Avenue Capital and private equity firms Ballast Point Ventures and Mangrove Partners. Mr. Luttrell is also Founder and Trustee of The Light Foundation.
Mr. Luttrell served for 12 years on the Board of Directors of Florida Bank Group, Inc., a Federal Reserve regulated bank holding company, until its sale to IberiaBank (IBKC: NASDAQ) and served for 14 years on the Board of Directors of Cbeyond, Inc.(CBEY:NASDAQ) prior to its sale to private company Birch Communications.
Mr. Luttrell received his degree in Business Administration/Finance in 1977 from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. In 2001, Mr. Luttrell attended Harvard Business School’s Executive Education program in Corporate Governance.