Chuck Stutenroth knows the importance of attitude in achieving success, whether for himself or for his clients. “I find that how you approach life – optimistically or not – can be a defining characteristic. As Henry Ford said, ‘If you think you can or you think you cannot, you are correct.’”
As Regional Managing Director of Ascent’s Cincinnati office, Chuck brings a leadership approach that reflects both his can-do attitude and a depth of professional experience and insight gained over 24 years of work with institutional clients and families of significant wealth. With a particular focus on portfolio management, his career has spanned the key areas of portfolio construction, hedging and risk management, manager selection, and professional staff development. He has developed a rich experience set across various fund management roles and as a Chief Investment Officer of a multi-family office organization.
“I love the complexity and dynamics of working with families to develop wealth management strategies to help them meet their goals while making a positive impact on the lives of those they care for and the world around them. I especially enjoy being able to function creatively and collaboratively with other professionals to craft unique strategies for our clients.”
Frequently sought out for his insights and perspective, Chuck has been featured in Bloomberg, The Wall Street Journal, CNBC and USA Today. A Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), he also earned his MBA in international finance from Xavier University and has a BBA in economics and management from the University of Kentucky. Chuck also attended the National Graduate Trust School at Northwestern University.
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