President & Chief Executive OfficerBedell Frazier Investment Counselling
Member Since May 2021
Over 20 years experience in the Investment and Media industries. A trusted source in the Bay Area for investment counsel and active portfolio management. Growth of Capital and Cash Flow is always the focus while tenatiously protecting against Enjoy being the "Go-to-Guy" for all Market and Financial items for valued clients, as well as being a good dad and husband for my 4 girls. Firmly understand that trust is earned and am always up to the task. Maintain a strong ability to process information quickly, and make informed and responsible decisions in a timely manner.
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Bedell Frazier Investment Counselling
Bedell Frazier Investment Counselling is an independent SEC registered investment firm that customizes and actively manages individual portfolios based on our clients needs. Founded in 1975, Bedell Frazier has a fiduciary responsibility to always act in our clients best interest. We take a wholistic approach with our clients to design and maintain a financial roadmap for the business of life.