Ned Steiger, CFA

Financial Advisor

As a financial advisor, Ned Steiger has extensive experience helping people make smart financial decisions. Ned is an active listener along with his skillset in navigating investments, who customizes the wealth management process to create a financial and investment plan to achieve client goals. As a detailed oriented investor, he enjoys educating people to increase understanding and building confidence when making investment decisions.  

Ned received his MBA and MSA from the Northeastern University Graduate School of Professional Accounting in Boston after graduating from Hobart College. He also earned his Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), a three-part exam process about ethics, wealth planning and valuing assets. He began his career as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) with PricewaterhouseCoopers in 1992, later worked as stock and bond research analyst with Bear, Stearns & Co. and other investment firms. In 2003, Ned decided to combine his investment and tax experience to focus on wealth planning with families, individuals and trusts at Trust Company of Connecticut and its successor entities.

Born and raised in Longmeadow, Massachusetts, Ned’s family started Steiger’s, a customer service-oriented chain of department stores in the New England area. Growing up in a family of entrepreneurs, Ned listened to his father discuss stocks and financial markets, which sparked his passion to understand company finances and investment markets.

Ned is an active member in the community as a volunteer at the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving with the Catalyst Fund and serves on the board of the Hartford Estate & Business Planning Council. Ned also volunteers with the Community Foundation of Western Mass on the scholarship and grant making committees. He is also a former president and board member of the CFA Society of Hartford. In addition to being a father of three girls, Ned tries to improve his amateur skills during the weekend in tennis, sailing, golf, cycling and skiing.

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