Curtis (Curt) R. Gross, MBA, CFA

Curt Gross

cgross@faiwealth.com
410-715-9200

Principal & Chief Investment Officer

As Chief Investment Officer Curt has overall responsibility for FAI's investment process including asset allocation, securities selection, portfolio design, and implementation. He focuses our research efforts on the broad structural changes we see in the global economy. His multi-industry experience in securities analysis broadens our ability to analyze the investment merits of individual companies.  And, his front-line portfolio management experience sharpens our strategic thinking. Curt Gross joined FAI Wealth Management in 2009 as Director of Investment Research.

Curt and his wife live in Butler, PA and enjoy spending time supporting their children in baseball, basketball, football, hockey, and cheerleading.

Curt coaches youth baseball during the spring and summer months.

Education:

  • MBA degree from University of Pittsburgh’s Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business
  • Curt earned the Chartered Financial Analyst designation in 1997
  • Bachelor's Degree from Cornell University

Recent News

Recent News

How Volatility Takes Away Your Financial Freedom

How Volatility Takes Away Your Financial Freedom

1/14/2019 12:00:00 AM EST
3 days ago

This is not an article about risk tolerance, or how comfortable you are with market volatility. 

That concept is very important, because many financial decisions ...

FAI's 4th Quarter Investment Review

FAI's 4th Quarter Investment Review

1/14/2019 12:00:00 AM EST
3 days ago

Beginning in 2019, Curt Gross, Chief of Investments, will be hosting a webinar at the end of each quarter to review his Quarterly Investment Commentary ...

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

FAI's Quarterly Investment Review Webinar

FAI's Quarterly Investment Review Webinar

1/31/2019 11:00:00 AM EST
Curt Gross, FAI's Chief Investment Officer, will be going ...

President's Day: Office Closed

President's Day: Office Closed

2/18/2019 12:00:00 AM EST
FAI's Office is closed due to President's Day.