Aaron Nuti Joins Fairport

Aaron S. NutiFairport Asset Management announced today that Aaron S. Nuti has joined the company as staff Consultant. Nuti will work as part of Fairport’s client service teams that provide comprehensive wealth management services to clients and their families.

Nuti joins Fairport from Key Private Bank where he worked as a portfolio manager and prior to that Sr. Associate at McDonald Investments. He is a CFA Level III Candidate.

“I am happy to welcome Aaron to the Fairport team,” said Heather Ettinger, Managing Partner, Fairport Asset Management. “He possesses strong investment experience and knowledge that adds to our core expertise in helping high net worth clients make sound financial decisions.”

Nuti earned his MBA and bachelor’s degree in finance from John Carroll University. He resides in Mentor.

About Fairport Asset Management

Celebrating its tenth anniversary in 2011, Fairport provides wealth management services to high net worth individuals, families and select institutions and has specialized services for succession and liquidity planning for business owners, executives, and financial issues and education unique to women. The firm’s professional staff includes CPAs, CFP certificants and CFA charter holders. Fairport was recently recognized by Investment News magazine as one of the Top 30 registered financial planning firms in the United States.*

*Investment News published in its December 2010 issue a listing of the Top 30 Financial Planners conducted by RIA Database, a Charlotte NC based company that focuses on providing accurate, relevant data for sales professionals on registered investment advisors. The national ranking is based on discretionary assets under management as of September 30, 2010. RIA Database qualified and ranked investment advisers based on the following criteria: 1) They must have a significant number of financial planning clients 2) Greater than 50% of their business must serve the individual investor marketplace 3) They must not be doing business as a broker-dealer or a bank 4) A dominant portion of their business must not be invested in proprietary products or managing proprietary products.