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Jordan Pine Managing Director, Fund Manager

As managing director, Jordan is responsible for running the day-to-day operations for all items concerning Chasefield Capital. This includes asset allocation decisions, rebalancing, interacting with our custodian and prime broker to accounting to business development. In addition to the day-to-day he also conducts and manages the trading for portfolios and the custom alternative funds that Chasefield has created. Jordan utilizes his skills in coding to analyze financial data to help build these financial models, portfolios, and trading strategies.

His recent years of experience managing portfolios have seen major market drawdowns, rising valuations, severe unemployment, falling and rising interest rates, and high inflation. These items have given him a clear understanding of how and why Chasefield’s portfolio methodologies work. He will continue to manage portfolios based on many of Chasefield’s proven risk metrics as well as adapting new techniques to improve overall risk management and returns.

Jordan has a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Colorado State University Global. He lives in Arvada and on his off days he enjoys an active lifestyle, driving fast cars, and traveling.

Kellie Beiers Director

Kellie Beiers is a Director at Chasefield Capital where she is responsible for managing client relationships by collaborating with families and their advisors. She provides guidance to promote the responsible preservation, deployment and stewardship of a family’s wealth. She has more than 20 years of experience working with private clients and growing their assets with comprehensive solutions and outstanding service. Ms. Beiers also manages the operations and sales efforts of Chasefield Capital.

Prior to joining the firm, she was with First Western Trust in Denver where she managed the relationships of investment management clients including individuals and foundations. Prior to that, she was with Merrill Lynch in Northbrook, Illinois.

Ms. Beiers has a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois. She lives in Denver with her husband and daughter. Kellie is actively involved in her daughter’s school and enjoys travel, hiking and cooking shows which leads to experiments for her family to endure.

Harold Pine Executive Chairman

Harold started Chasefield Capital with the support of Walter van Woudenberg a successful entrepreneur looking for a fully integrated solution to their investments and family needs. Their goal is to create a boutique firm with cutting edge investment solutions and comprehensive management of financial assets.

Harold has over 30 years of financial experience with the last 20 constructing and managing portfolios for high-net-worth families and institutions. Harold has held senior positions at some of the most prestigious global asset management firms. He worked as a Director with UBS Warburg based out New York. There he focused on sports and entertainment. While in Los Angeles, he worked as a Vice President at Bank Julius Baer based in Zurich, Switzerland. Harold also served as a Senior Vice President and Portfolio Manager for such organizations as Wells Fargo and U.S. Banks’s private client groups.

Harold holds a Master of Science in Computational Finance – University of Washington, an MBA – the University of Colorado and a Bachelor of Science in Finance from Cal State.

He enjoys golfing, flying his airplane, and traveling with his wife Paula.

Walter van Woudenberg Co-Founder

Walter is a successful entrepreneur, business owner, and investor. He was born in the Netherlands, raised in Australia, and has lived in South Africa and Canada, before moving to Colorado in 1988. In 1977, Walter started, owned and operated the Nilex Group ( and various other businesses and investments since then.

Walter transitioned out of the Nilex enterprise in 2013 and has directed his attention to new ventures and wealth building strategies, including his family’s focus on alternative investments and philanthropy.

Realizing the need for support and resources to continue the legacy the family has created, Walter joined Harold Pine in the formation of Chasefield Capital in 2014.