The Financierge reflects the diversity of services and thought leadership we provide our clients. Not only do we guide our clients through all the phases of their financial needs, but we also do so in a context that is holistic and comprehensive. We devote as many resources to being consultative planners as we do being quality investment managers, integrating the accumulation, preservation, and transfer phases of wealth management.
In this month’s issue of The Financierge, we start by covering a few tax-saving numbers you should know for 2022. We also share some ideas on helping to navigate the financial elements of a divorce.
Don is a Managing Director and Partner in the team’s Private Wealth Management practice, where he advises on comprehensive strategies to help clients achieve their long-term goals. Areas of focus include investments, estate and tax planning, financial planning, risk management, real estate, wealth transfer, life management, and charitable planning.
With over four decades of C-Level corporate executive and financial advisory experience, Don previously worked at several private and Fortune 1000 global companies holding positions such as Independent Board Director, President & Chief Operations Officer, and Global Chief Information Officer. Don has an M.B.A. from DePaul University and a bachelor’s degree in Accounting with Economics minor from Illinois State University.