John Wolff founded Capital Fiduciary Advisors (CFA), an independent Registered Investment Advisor (RIA), and Loudoun Insurance Group (LIG) with a commitment to serve clients as trusted advisors.
Under John’s leadership, Loudoun Insurance Group has become one of Northern Virginia and Metro DC’s leading insurance and risk management firms, providing clients with objective and independent solutions while delivering superior service. John has handpicked a top-notch team of credentialed industry professionals who share his passion and vision for helping clients achieve their goals and ensuring the integrity of the relationship between insurer and clients.
John began his career in the insurance and wealth advisory industry in 1988 and currently serves as CEO and Managing Director of Capital Fiduciary Advisors and Loudoun Insurance Group. Before forming CFA/LIG, John was a Managing Director at Wealth & Tax Advisory Services (WTAS, a division of HSBC Private Bank in McLean, Virginia), where he was responsible for the Investment Advisory practice and led a team that advised on over $2 billion of client assets – private and institutional. Prior to WTAS, John spent 16 years with Prudential Financial and Securities, Inc. in Washington, D.C. as a Managing Director and Financial Advisor.
At Prudential, he provided an array of insurance services, risk management, and private and institutional investment consulting. John is an active member of the Financial Planning Association (FPA), Investment Management Consultants Association (IMCA) and the Social Investment Forum (SRI Research Association). He and the firm are members of the 5 Star rating of the Paladin Registry, recognition for Competence, Ethics and Business Practices and Independent Insurance Agents of Virginia.
John is also a member of several local organizations, including the Board of Directors and Treasurer of Loudoun Youth Inc and the Loudoun Impact Fund. John also chairs the Investment Committee at Capital Fiduciary Advisors and the Northern Virginia Community Foundation.