Partner, Chief Investment Officer
Phone: (617) 745-0900 x116
Fax: (617) 745-0910
Elliot is a Partner and the Chief Investment Officer at PRW Wealth Management LLC. He is responsible for the firm’s investment advisory process including the development of investment strategy, asset allocation, and investment manager and product due diligence. He also oversees the firm’s wealth management practice, developing plans focused in the areas of wealth transfer, retirement, investment, tax, risk management, and estate planning. Prior to joining PRW, he held management-level positions with a Big-4 accounting firm, a national broker-dealer, and an institutional money manager in Boston.
Elliot earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Brandeis University, an MS/MBA from Northeastern University, and completed the Program for Certified Financial Planners at Boston University. In addition to his CFP® and CPA designations, he holds the Series 7 (General Securities Representative) and 63 (Uniform Securities Agent State Law Exam) licenses, and is a licensed insurance broker.
Elliot is an active participant with the Family Firm Institute and the MA Financial Planning Association. He is on the Board of Advisors for Beth-Israel Deaconess Hospital, Needham, MA and active in several other non-profits. Additionally, he is one of 60 advisers participating in the award winning Pro Bono Financial Coaching Program at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston. This outreach program “coaches” cancer patients who are dealing with difficult financial issues. He is also a regular contributor to national media and has been published in several industry journals. Most recently, Elliot has been credited on Bankrate.com; 5 Ways to Reduce Taxes in Retirement; Sheyna Steiner; March 19, 2014, Financial Planning Magazine; Above the Estate Tax Exemption?; Ingrid Case; February 2015, Collegeinvestor.com; “Where to Invest in 2016”; Robert Farrington; January 25, 2016, and Investmentnews.com; “7 Adviser Worries for 2018”; Jeff Benjamin; December 2017.