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SportsMoney Hires Director of Player Finance

SportsMoney, LLC., is proud to announce the hire of Jonathan Kelly, CPA as its Director of Player Finance. Mr. Kelly, who comes to SportsMoney with nearly 20 years of experience in finance and risk management, will be responsible for overseeing the player on boarding process, administering our secure full financial visibility dashboards, directing our financial, legal and business plan advisory services, as well as other general management responsibilities.
Mr. Kelly joins the SportsMoney team from Malloy, Lynch, Bienvenue LLP, a leading provider of accounting, auditing, tax and business services to municipal entities, non-profit organizations, small to medium sized businesses and to high net worth individuals throughout southern New England. Prior to that he served as Equity Option Trader, Risk Manager for Group One Trading, LLC in San Francisco where he trained and managed a team of 70 traders in a variety of new and emerging marketings. Mr. Kelly also co-founded Beanstock Coffee, LLC and grew the business in a very competitive market to over $500M in sales before selling his interest in 2010.
Mr. Kelly is a Certified Public Accountant and holds a Masters in Business Administration from the Northeastern University’s School of Professional Accounting and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Colorado College where he graduated Magna Cum Laude. He is the father of two and enjoys running, coaching, cooking and reading.
“We are thrilled to welcome Jonathan to the team,” said SportsMoney CEO Trish Kennedy, “Not only will he bring a wealth of management and financial advisory experience, but a unique entrepreneurial perspective.”
About SportsMoney
SportsMoney provides professional athletes and their families with complete visibility and control of their financial futures. We believe that offering athletes transparency into their financial lives will help them and their families make better choices to ensure sustainable lifetime income. For more information visit www.sportsmoney.com.