Team

Matt-Bradley Peloton Wealth Team

Matthew K. Bradley, Managing Partner


Matt serves as Chief Investment Officer, Chairman of the Investment Committee and Principal. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Finance and a Bachelor of Science in Accounting, as well as an MBA in Finance from Indiana University. He has been with the firm since 1997. Matt is a father of four who enjoys cycling, golfing and cooking. He’d like to travel more and find time to write a book.

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Ken-Kaczmarek Peloton Wealth Team

Kenneth W. Kaczmarek, Partner


Ken is our Chief Economic Officer, a member of the Investment Committee and Principal. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting, an MBA in Finance from Indiana University, and is a CPA. He has more than 30 years of executive leadership experience in the financial services industry and has been with Peloton since 2002. In his free time, Ken enjoys working out, watching IU and Indianapolis sports teams and teaching his grandchildren how to ride bikes.

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Stephen-Carr Peloton Wealth Team

Stephen P. Carr, Partner


Steve is our Director of Research, member of the Investment Committee and Principal. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Taylor University, an MBA in Finance from Loyola University–Chicago, and is a CFA charter holder. He has been with Peloton since 2010. Steve loves playing cards with his wife and four children, and leads backpacking trips in Grand Canyon National Park.

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Roshan Selladurai Peloton Wealth Team

Roshan Selladurai, Analyst


Roshan is an Analyst at Peloton, and has been with us since 2015. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Business from Indiana University, where he graduated as valedictorian of his class. Prior to joining Peloton, Roshan held internships in consulting, capital markets, and a human-computer interaction technology startup. In his free time he enjoys playing strategy games with friends, traveling, and reading.

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Guide To Management Fees

Investors face many choices when selecting an investment advisor. The variety of advisory compensation arrangements is nearly as broad as the breadth of service offerings, making the selection process all the more complex.

Complexity itself is not a problem, but it tends to cloud value assessment.

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