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John Frye is a Senior Advisor in the Los Angeles office. He is responsible for managing portfolios of equities and fixed income and for advising clients on all aspects of their financial journey. Before joining Carnegie, John was Chief Investment Officer at Crane Asset Management in Beverly Hills, a firm he co-founded in 2003 and was acquired in 2021 by Carnegie. He has 42 years of investment experience, including 30 years working with wealthy individuals to achieve their investment objectives. Before founding Crane Asset Management, John served as Executive Vice President and Portfolio Manager at Renberg & Associates in Beverly Hills. He began his career as an equity trader in New York.
John earned his Bachelor of Arts from Princeton University and an MBA from Columbia. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation and is a CFA Society of Los Angeles member. John is an avid scuba diver, skier, hiker and bridge player.
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