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Senior Relationship Manager

Christopher Salerno

Lead Financial Analyst
Registered Senior Relationship Manager

Chris joined the Fratarcangeli Wealth Management Group in 2015, after completing his second specialized graduate degree, a Master of Science in Global Finance from Fordham University in New York City with a 4.0 grade point average. Chris serves as the lead Business Analyst on the team, with oversight over investment planning, with an additional focus on our client’s retirement 401k assets as part of their overall portfolio. He is a Senior Relationship Manager, working closely with our new clients as well as new business development, and providing an in-depth analysis on their financial picture relative to goals. Chris has direct oversight over the finance interns on the team, developing their industry knowledge and training them on all facets of becoming a successful business analyst or financial advisor in the future. He fosters individual talent and promotes our finance interns to become integral members of the team.

Chris was awarded a scholarship on the basis of his academic and professional record from the NASDAQ OMX Educational Foundation. At Fordham, Chris gained the latest insights from Wall Street in a global context. This program advanced his in-depth knowledge of international finance, as well as the complex financial, governmental, and ethical issues facing multinational corporations in a world of interconnected markets.

Beforehand, Christopher worked in the equity trading division of Deutsche Bank for almost five years, where he was formally recognized for providing exceptional client service. Earlier, he completed a Master of Corporate Finance degree from SDA Bocconi University in Milan, Italy, and graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science, double majoring in finance and real estate from Florida State University.

In his free time, Chris enjoys mentoring young adults, fitness and nutrition, and attending sporting events.