Chris established MFA Wealth, based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to focus on helping clients with their personal wealth management and estate planning needs. For over 30 years Chris and his associates have advised their clients in the areas of comprehensive financial planning, asset allocation, retirement planning and estate tax management techniques. Chris is an industry resource serving as a consultant and advisor to a multitude of industry professionals, giving clarity in the areas of practice management, client care and comprehensive financial planning.
Chris graduated from Duquesne University in 1986 with a BA in economics. He also earned the ChFC (Chartered Financial Consultant) designation from the American College in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, in May of 1990. In January of 2005, Chris earned the AWMA (Accredited Wealth Management Advisor) designation through the College for Financial Planning in Denver Colorado.
Chris is very involved in his community; he has served as the president of the Duquesne University Alumni Board, the president of St. Bernard’s Roman Catholic Church Parish Council, a board member of Oakland Catholic High School, a member of Mt Lebanon municipal Pension Board, and a board member of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of Pittsburgh. Currently, Chris is a member of both the Duquesne University Board of Trustees and Investment Committee. He is also a committee member of the Little Sisters of the Poor, a board member of Mary’s Place Pittsburgh, a board member of Legatus International. Chris also remains active in youth sports in the Mount Lebanon area. Chris and his wife Molly have been married for 25 years and have five children, Kate, Will, Jack, Hugh, and Emma.
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