Scott D. Ehrig, CFP®, CIMA®
Co-Chief Investment Officer
Scott is working closely with clients to create bespoke portfolios based on their unique expectations for risk, return, and liquidity, diversifying across multiple asset classes. He brings more than two decades of experience in fiduciary portfolio management to the firm. Before joining FMA, Scott spent eleven years with Wilmington Trust / M&T Bank as the managing director and investment advisory lead for the company’s fiduciary business in Pennsylvania. Prior to his relocation to central Pennsylvania in 2005, Scott served as chief investment officer and senior vice president at First Commonwealth Trust Company in Indiana, Pennsylvania, and a portfolio manager with J.P. Morgan Chase in Rochester, New York.
Scott holds a master’s degree in Finance and Economics from the Simon School of Business at the University of Rochester and completed his undergraduate studies at Virginia Tech. He is a Certified Investment Management Analyst, Certified Financial Planner, and maintains active memberships with the Investment Management Consultants Association, the CFA Institute, the Financial Planning Association, and the Estate Planning Council of Central Pennsylvania.
Scott has authored articles on economics and monetary policy, most notably Quantitative Easing and the Taper and UnZirped: the Impact of Rising Interest Rates, published in 2014 and 2015, respectively. He is a regular guest speaker and panelist on WITF’s Smart Talk public radio and television programs, an oft-quoted regional expert on the economy, and a keynote speaker at many Chamber of Commerce events. He has taught asset allocation and portfolio management as a faculty member of the Pennsylvania Bankers Association School of Trust, and has frequently lectured on topics in finance, investments, and the economy.
Scott serves as Secretary of the Board of Directors of Harrisburg Symphony Association, and chairs the investment committee. He is active in the Virginia Tech Alumni Association, coordinating service projects for local alumni and their families.