Our Team

Allie Ash, CPA, MBA, BSA, FCA, SCCA, ENTJ and CEO, Capitol Information Group
When he is not immersed in the coordination and planning for CIG’s numerous publishing ventures, Allie can be found at enumerable race tracks (automobile) or cultural events. He is a member of the Newsletter Publishing Hall of Fame and the Newsletter and Electronic Publishers Foundation Hall of Fame. He currently serves as a member of the John F. Kennedy Center’s National Committee for the Arts. From 1994 until 2009 he owned and operated the Ferrari, Maserati and Lamborghini franchises for the Mid-Atlantic area. Allie’s passion for fast cars was satiated by driving in the Ferrari Challenge, the Ferrari Maserati Historics, SCCA and Grand-Am racing series, reaching every step of the podium along the way.

Phil Ash, COO, Capitol Information Group | LinkedIn
As a triathlete and marathoner, Phil embodies the competitive spirit that drives CIG. Originally a bean counter, he is now focused on sales and strategy. He developed his commitment to hard work as a CPA in New Orleans while having to jealously stare down at Mardi Gras parades at midnight during tax season. He then got bitten by the entrepreneurial bug while partnering to open the first multinational advertising agency in Ukraine in 1996. After a few years of financial analysis in Latin America for a Fortune 100 company, Phil joined what is now CIG.

Franco Catanzaro, Chief Information Officer, Capitol Information Group

Jeff Little, Publisher, Investing Daily | LinkedIn
From marketer to business manager to copywriter to publisher (and back again)… Jeff has done it all in his two plus decade direct response career. Today, as publisher, he oversees the talented teams that make up Investing Daily, StreetAuthority, and Profitable Trading. While fiercely independent, the goal of each publishing group Jeff leads is the same: provide individual investors with high quality – results driven – investment research. While not publishing things, Jeff enjoys spending time with his family, working out, and trying – just once – to hit a golf ball 300 yards right down the middle.

Steve Sturm, VP, Capitol Information Group; Publisher, Business Management Daily