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Curtis Aiken, ChFC®

Curtis Aiken, ChFC®

Chief Investment Officer

Curtis has been providing financial advice to individuals and families since 2004. He also loves working with 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations to maximize their resources.  This includes assistance with investment policy statements and managing endowment assets for organizations such as churches, schools, fire departments, and libraries.

Fee-based investment management became the focus of Curtis’s practice in 2008 as he helped his clients navigate the Great Financial Crisis.  He employed an institutional approach to steward his client’s assets and began using his investment models to manage assets for clients of other advisors.  In 2016, Curtis helped co-found an independent firm, serving as a partner and investment specialist for more than 7 years.

In 2024, Curtis joined Hudson Wealth Management, where he advises individuals and families on their personal financial goals which often includes retirement planning and can extend to more nuanced strategies like using donor advised funds or family foundations to facilitate long-term giving.  He still works with 501(c)(3) non-profits and enjoys helping business owners and pilots with their unique planning needs.

Curtis is a Chartered Financial Consultant® (ChFC®). He holds FINRA Series 6, 63, 65, and 7 securities registrations through Commonwealth Financial Network® and a bachelor’s degree from Geneva College.

Curtis lives in Hudson, Ohio with his wife, Laurie and their two children. He is a member of Christ Community Chapel where he serves as a deacon and a member of the business advisory group, giving pro-bono advice to people in the community who are looking to start or grow a business. Curtis also served as past board secretary of Lan Vwa, Inc., an international organization supporting students in Haiti and Guatemala. In his free time, he enjoys Pittsburgh sports, fitness, golf, and traveling with his family.