Tim is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Ten Capital, where his primary responsibility is designing the firm’s vision for delivering a positive client experience. Ten Capital’s reputation is quickly growing as a thought leader based on how it combines technology, various media, and its numerous industry partnerships with various fund companies and other industry providers into the client experience from educational opportunities to other engagement events.
He began his career in the investment industry over 20 years ago and immediately found he had a passion and aptitude for analyzing markets and designing portfolios, but perhaps more importantly also helping clients understand how that work connected to their goals. Tim graduated from Whitworth University in 1999, where he studied Political Science and Economics in addition to playing quarterback on the football team and becoming a Rhodes Scholar Finalist.
In 2003, Tim graduated from the University of Washington School of Law, where he served as the Associate Editor-in-Chief of the Law Review. After interning with the national law firms of Womble Carlyle in Raleigh and Perkins Coie in Seattle, he chose to practice law in the Mergers and Acquisition group at Perkins Coie. In 2005, Tim returned to the investment industry at a regional broker dealer where he developed and grew the firm’s Investment Advisory business.
Over time, interest grew from other advisors, both inside and outside the firm, to be a part of Tim’s vision for the future of wealth management. This led Tim to form Ten Capital in 2011 to help provide clients with strategies for their portfolios and a dedicated team approach to private wealth management. In addition to Ten Capital, Tim is a regular speaker within the investment industry, while also serving on a number of non-profit boards. His most important jobs are as husband to his beautiful wife and dad to his precocious daughters.