CEO & Founder
Mr. Krambeer is Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Validus Capital and has served as a financial adviser to wealthy families and institutional investors for three decades. Mr. Krambeer has extensive experience providing wealthy families with strategic investment advice, structuring portfolios to meet long-term objectives, and creating private investment vehicles across the alternatives landscape. Mr. Krambeer has spent his career working with both traditional and alternative investment managers, evaluating asset allocation strategies, managing long-term equity portfolios, and implementing options strategies for concentrated stock positions. As of 2019, Mr. Krambeer has been recognized by Barron’s as a Top 100 Independent Wealth Advisor four years in a row and as one of America’s Top Financial Advisors for six consecutive years.
Prior to Validus, Mr. Krambeer founded Camden Capital in 2004 and served as Chief Executive Officer and Partner of the firm. Additionally, Mr. Krambeer led the firm’s investing activities and development of the private fund platform. Before forming Camden Capital, Mr. Krambeer spent 16 years at Merrill Lynch and helped build the Private Banking and Investment Group.
Mr. Krambeer is a member of the Advisory Board of FrontRange Capital Partners, Saybrook Fund Advisors, NewRoad Capital Partners, and Rosemawr Management. He is active in the community supporting various philanthropic organizations, including serving as the Founder and President of the Southern California Rodeo Boosters, an organization devoted to helping junior high and high school students competing in the sport of Rodeo with scholarship support as they transition to college. Mr. Krambeer was an inaugural member of the Schwab Institutional Advisory Council for Advisors Turning Independent (ATI) – a sounding board for firms transitioning to independence in the ever-changing wealth management industry. Mr. Krambeer received a Bachelor of Science in Finance from Woodbury University.
• Barron’s top Wealth Managers 2014 – 20201
• LA Times Visionaries 20211
• LA Business Journal Leaders of Influence 2020 – 20211
1 See ranking and accolade methodology in Disclosure section.