Understand Complexity – Keeping It Simple

The Managing Partners at Fiduciary Wealth, have decades of experience working with institutions, foundations and families in senior management and advisory positions with leading investment banking, asset management and trust companies.

Based on a combination of our experience in the markets, the evaluation of presentations from many investment and consulting firms and our analysis of independent academic research, we continue to reach the following conclusion:

Index funds, and other low cost investment solutions, should be the at the center of all investment portfolios.

FWP is not passive

Talented managers and strategy professionals exist, and we constantly debate, analyze and implement ideas we receive from multiple sources in coordination with industry peers, trustees and members of our Research Roundtable.

Beyond helping clients implement and manage Core Portfolios, FWP appreciates how concentrated and unique opportunistic private investments can create wealth.

We help clients structure Opportunistic Portfolios, but do not feel that alternative or private investments are a “need-to-do.”

Our General Investment Framework

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FWP works to help clients understand and evaluate investments independently and stay anchored on the following:

Investing should not be a competition

Investing should be a personalized experience and investments should be evaluated and implemented solely on the probability of achieving goals and objectives within prudent tax, estate, governance policies, and plans.

To learn more about our views and approach, we encourage you to take time to click the links below and read what we’ve written on these subjects for leading investment publications and organizations such as Trust & Estates magazine and the CFA Institute.

 

Do You Need to Invest Like an Endowment?


Are Alternative Investments Prudent for Taxable Investors?


Do We Bake Portfolios with the Correct Ingredients?


How Can Investors and Trustees Be Prudently Passive?


Are Selectors Good at Selecting?