About Christopher T. Mcmillin of SCOTT & SELBER INC.

Christopher T. Mcmillin is Vice President at Scott & Selber Inc. and has been affiliated with Scott & Selber Inc. since December-2010.

Scott & Selber Inc. is an investment advisor that manages 388.2 MM dollars in regulatory AUM and has 2 employees, of which 2 perform investment advisory functions. The managers's latest filing has disclosed 156MM in positions, which represents 40% of the manager's regulatory AUM.

For more on Scott & Selber Inc. including top positions, information on the investment process, service provider information, other key employees, real time performance, 13-F holdings and more visit the Fund Profile

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Co-workers of Christopher T. Mcmillin at SCOTT & SELBER INC.

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Jack I. Selber President/Secretary/Treasurer/Chief Compliance Officer October-1986

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Christopher T. Mcmillin Office Address

800 BERING DRIVE
SUITE 208
HOUSTON, Texas
UNITED STATES, 77057

Christopher T. Mcmillin Contact Information

Phone Number: 713-850-1717
Fax Number: 713-850-1739
Website:

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