“I love that every day brings a new challenge and a new opportunity for me to help clients reach their desired goals”– Chris Carey
Chris Carey serves Carnegie Investment Counsel as a Portfolio Advisor and trader where he advises on custom portfolios for selected clients. Chris moved from his hometown of London, England to Cleveland in 2018, starting at Carnegie straight after University. At Carnegie, he worked in Operations as a portfolio and investment analyst prior to his current role.
Before joining Carnegie, Chris worked as an Operations Specialist at DLL (a subsidiary of Rabobank) as part of his undergraduate degree from the University of Reading in the UK where he double-majored in Food Marketing & Business Economics and received his BSc in 2018. During his time at University, Chris also received a Level 5 Advanced Diploma in Financial Trading from Divento Financials (a proprietary futures trading firm) in 2016.
Mr. Carey is a member of the British American Chamber of Commerce of Ohio where he seeks to promote and stimulate trade and business between the USA and the UK. Chris also serves on Carnegie Investment Counsel’s Investment committee.
Chris can be found volunteering his time at Garfield Memorial Church. Outside of work, Chris enjoys long distance running, drumming and practicing Krav Maga.
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