-David Massart, President & Founding Partner
"...we don't represent any institution. We represent our clients."
100+ years combined experience:
Experienced where it COUNTS.
...and show you the WAY.
Our Notable Recognitions:
David A. Massart is a Founding Partner of Next Generation Wealth Management and President of the firm. He brings to the organization over twenty years of entrepreneurial experience in working with high net worth individuals and families.
He is responsible for establishing the firm's overall vision, strategic and tactical asset allocation decisions, investment manager evaluation, and client relationship management. He is the lead member of Next Generation Wealth Management's Investment Committee.
Mr. Massart has held leadership roles in nationally recognized financial institutions for over twenty years. Prior to co-founding Next Generation Wealth Management, he was a Manager at Wells Fargo Investments, LLC, and a Managing Director at Strong Private Client. He led a team at Strong Private Client that was responsible for managing over $275 million of client assets.
David's expertise is sought after for public speaking on a variety of wealth management topics including asset allocation, portfolio design, tax-aware investment strategies, and retirement planning. David serves as a trustee of U.S. Bank’s Managed Portfolio Series Trust and ETF Series Solutions Trust, which are SEC-registered open-end management investment companies. In 2006, David co-founded Next Generation Philanthropy, LLC, and is the founder of the Next Generation Entrepreneurs Group, a Milwaukee-based think-tank for entrepreneurial professionals.
David has an undergraduate degree in Business Management from the University of Minnesota. He achieved the honor of being a three-time Bierman Scholar and was awarded a four-year Varsity Tennis scholarship, winning two Big Ten Men's Tennis Team Championships while at the University of Minnesota. Recognized by his peers, Mr. Massart was selected by his teammates as a co-captain during his senior season.
David resides with his wife and two children in Elm Grove, Wisconsin.