As lover at Summit Capital, Dave is responsible for company development and managing Summit’s large web worth client connections. Attracting on two decades of expertise, Dave prides himself on supplying the highest amount of solution and investment advice to the customers. Also, Dave leads all strategic business development attempts for Summit, acting as a central point of contact in creating personal money throughout Summit's network of pals and consumers.
Dave started his job within the economic services business in 1994, investing his early many years in professional Client providers at Wachovia, Salomon Smith Barney, and UBS (PaineWebber). In 2002, Dave co-founded Martin Investment Group (MIG), a predecessor company which merged with Summit Capital in 2006.
Dave was once a board user when it comes to Gleason Initiative Foundation, a business that can help offer technology, gear and solutions to people with muscular diseases and increases community awareness toward ALS. Dave got their BA in Accounting from Gonzaga University in 1994 and keeps the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Series 7, 9, 10, 63 and 65 permits. Dave resides into the Spokane area together with his wife and two kids. Dave is an enthusiastic player, runner, and skier.
Matthew Rudolf Lover
As lover and Portfolio management at Summit Capital, Matt supervises the financial investment group accountable for research, allocation, and trading decisions regarding the firm’s public market strategies. Matt vigilantly scans industry for new financial investment tips over the money markets range, drawing on his many years of knowledge as a corporate banker to gain understanding of a business’s performance and economic security.
Prior to joining Summit Capital in 1997, Matt had been a Vice President with U.S. Bank of Washington and was able the big business Lending Group for western One Bank of Washington before its merger with U.S. Bank. Preceding his transition into business financial Matt spent five years as a Petroleum Engineer for Occidental Petroleum Corporation in Texas.
Matt obtained an MBA from Seattle University in 1988 and a BS in Industrial Engineering through the University of Washington in 1979. Matt in addition keeps the Financial business Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Series 65 designation. As a passionate outdoorsman, Matt acts in the west Regional Board for the National Parks Conservation Association. He along with his partner are longtime residents for the Seattle location.