Anthony Tango joined Janney with over 40 years of industry experience as the lead member of The Tango Group. He focuses on Investment Management Services for employee benefit and retirement plans, institutional accounts and high-net-worth individuals. His talent for managing portfolios at optimal levels is done through the creation and implementation of a strategic top-down four-step process: Economic Analysis, Asset Allocation, Sector Analysis, and Portfolio Construction. This closely managed top-down four-step process provides a well-structured disciplined framework for not only the construction of the portfolio but the ongoing management of the portfolio. His strategy is an effort to maximize returns while minimizing risk through the construction of well-diversified, balanced portfolios based on each client’s goals and objectives.
Prior to Janney, Anthony served at Merrill Lynch as a Senior Portfolio Manager. He was also the Managing Director of Fixed Income for Ten Sixty Asset Management, and a Senior Vice President with Dean Witter, Morgan Stanley, and A.G. Edwards. He began his financial investment career in 1981 with Paine Webber after graduating from Upsala College where he earned his BA in Finance and Marketing. Anthony achieved the designation of Certified Portfolio Manager® (CPM®) from the Academy of Certified Portfolio Managers, in conjunction with the FU Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science at Columbia University. He holds the Certified Plan Fiduciary (CPFA) designation and attended a two-year Executive Education Program through Dean Witter, in conjunction with the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. In September of 2023, Anthony and The Tango Group were named a Forbes Best-In-State Wealth Management Team. Anthony attended Rutgers University and was a member of the 1976 Rutgers University Scarlet Knights' undefeated football team. The entire 1976 Scarlet Knights football team was inducted into the Rutgers Football Hall of Fame. In addition, Anthony was also inducted into the Newark Athletic Hall of Fame in 2022.
Carmine joined Janney as part of The Tango Group in 2020. He focuses on Portfolio Management and Analysis, Economic Research and Analytics. What attracted him most to Janney was the Firm’s dedication to wealth management as well as its resources available to advisors and clients.
Priding himself on his attention to detail and communication, Carmine works to ensure that his that his clients always come first. Working together with Anthony, their process utilizes a top down approach to asset management, catering to high net worth individuals. In order to understand their client’s complete financial picture, Carmine’s approach includes reviewing economic data, recommending asset allocation, sector diversification and security selection.
Carmine’s financial services career began in 2013 at Merrill Lynch where he joined the Estate team. In 2014, he became a member of The Tango Group at Merrill Lynch. Carmine earned his Bachelor’s degree from Rutgers University and holds the Series 7 and 66 licenses. He also earned the Certified Plan Fiduciary Advisor (CPFA) designation.
Outside of the office, Carmine enjoys spending as much time outdoors as he can. He is an avid fisherman and enjoys any activity that has to do with the ocean.
We collaborate with other Janney specialists, as needed, who have in-depth experience in specific disciplines. Together, we can assess your unique situation, analyze difference strategies, and develop a plan fit for your unique needs and goals.
Dan Wantrobski is Director of Research at Janney Montgomery Scott and has over 20 years of industry experience as a technical analyst and strategist.
Mr. Wantrobski spent the first 10 years of his career at Paine Webber and UBS, where he developed his knowledge as a technician and macro strategist following the equity, fixed income, commodity, and currency markets. He has also spent time at Fox Pitt Kelton, Bedford Quantitative, and New Albion Partners. From 2008 to 2016, Mr. Wantrobski served as Janney’s technical strategist.
Mr. Wantrobski regularly comments in the media on key issues arising in the industry, with appearances in outlets such as The Wall Street Journal, Reuters, The Philadelphia Inquirer, CNBC, Fox Business, and Bloomberg TV. He is also a frequent speaker at financial industry conferences, including the Ernst & Young Annual Firm Conference where he has served as a guest speaker for the last five years.
Mr. Wantrobski is a Chartered Market Technician ® (CMT) and attended Villanova University, graduating cum laude with a B.S. in Finance.
He currently resides in Moorestown, NJ where he volunteers as a firefighter with Relief Engine Co. 312.
Debra S. Roey joined Janney Montgomery Scott LLC in November 2006, as Janney Retirement Plan Services (JRPS) Manager. JRPS was founded in 1982 to provide Janney’s Corporate Retirement Plan Clients with support in plan design analysis, proposal procurement and review, investment fiduciary services, technical expertise, and problem resolution.
Debra has over 30 years of experience in the Retirement Plan arena. Prior to joining Janney, she served as Regional Director with Union Central Life Retirement and Investment Services. During her tenure, she received numerous sales awards including qualification for the company’s highest society membership. She also served on several corporate committees involved with Strategic Planning and Product Development.
Debra earned a B.A. in Business Administration from Rutgers University.
Guy LeBas is Janney’s Chief Fixed Income Strategist, as well as Head of Fixed Income for Janney Capital Management. As Strategist, he is responsible for providing direction to the Firm’s clients on the macroeconomic, interest rate, and bond market investing climate.
Guy authors bond market periodicals, which provide relative value recommendations across the fixed income spectrum. With Janney Capital Management, Guy is responsible for overseeing the Firm’s discretionarily managed bond portfolios, which take a client-tailored approach to generating consistent income across interest rate environments.
Guy joined Janney in 2006. Prior to joining Janney, Guy served as Interest Rate Risk Manager for U.S. Trust’s bank asset and liability portfolios, a role in which he oversaw risk and return on $20 billion of bank assets and derivatives.
Guy is also a frequent guest on CNBC, Bloomberg TV and Fox Business News, as well as a regular speaker at financial industry conferences. He received his education from Swarthmore College, holds an M.S. in Applied Economics from Johns Hopkins University, and is a CFA Charterholder.