Supported by over two decades of professional experience, Chris Wolff is a noted expert in macroeconomics, investments and finance. Since 2013, he has excelled as the Chief Investment Officer for MUUS Asset Management Co. LLC, drawing upon the wealth of knowledge that he cultivated from his prior roles.

Earlier in his career, Mr. Wolff served as a Principal and Senior Analyst for MDR Capital Management (formerly known as JAI Capital Management) between 2009 and 2013. He also served as an Analyst for Galleon Group from 2007 to 2009 and as an Analyst and Trader for Exis Capital from 2003 to 2006. He commenced his career in 2001 as a broker with Bloomberg Tradebook LLC, remaining there for two years. To prepare for his career, he received a diploma from The Hotchkiss School in Lakeville, Connecticut, in 1997, from which he also earned the Ely Prize and the Lucien Swift Strong Memorial Award. Mr. Wolff subsequently obtained a Bachelor of Arts in politics from Princeton University in 2001.

Outside of his primary endeavors, Mr. Wolff has served as a donor for his alma mater, as well as a volunteer and a donor for Camp Agawam in Raymond, Maine. To remain abreast of developments in his field of interest, he has further maintained active affiliation with the Institute for Private Investors and the Family Office Exchange, among other organizations and trade groups.

Although he has experienced several career achievements, Mr. Wolff is particularly proud of helping to build out the MUUS Asset Management Co. team. Alongside the owner, he helped develop the company from five employees to 11 employees. Looking toward the future, Mr. Wolff intends to lead the business to a next-generation transition, thereby turning it into a multigenerational institution. To this end, he aims to help design a system with proper checks and balances and business processes to deliver consistent “all-weather” portfolio returns.

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