Nick joined UBS in 2011. Prior to his tenure at UBS, he worked with high net worth individuals at a hedge fund in Greenwich, CT.

As a partner of The Capital ESOP Group, Nick focuses on educating business owners on tax-efficient exit strategies. He is committed to helping clients recognize their options, understand the pros and cons of each strategy and choose the best succession plan for themselves and their families. Nick also creates tailored cash flow models comparing the taxable sale of privately held businesses and a Section 1042 tax-deferred sale to an ESOP.

With a consultative approach, Nick earns his clients’ trust through open, transparent communication and by working with clients’ tax and legal advisors to construct an overarching strategy.
In 2019, Nick was promoted to Senior Vice President–Wealth Management.

He is frequently asked to speak on a national level regarding Employee Stock Ownership Plans and IRC Section 1042. He is an Associate Member of the Finance Committee for the ESOP Association and a member of the National Center for Employee Ownership. Nick was also appointed Vice President of Business Networking International in DC.

Nick’s other accomplishments include:
– Forbes Next-Gen Best-In-State Wealth Advisors, 2019 (Ranked #1 in Washington, DC)
– Forbes Top 250 Next-Generation Wealth Advisors, 2019
– UBS President’s Council Advisor, 2019
– Forbes America’s Top Next-Generation Wealth Advisors, 2018
– UBS Top 35 Under 35 Advisors, 2018

Nick graduated from the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, VA, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in economics. He was a dedicated member of the university’s baseball team and continues to be an active member of his alma mater’s alumni association.

Outside of the office, Nick enjoys spending time with family, reading, fly-fishing and traveling with his wife, Mary Elizabeth. In June of 2019, Nick and Mary Elizabeth welcomed the newest