Biography

Frazer Rice has been a leading private wealth manager for more than ten years and currently works as a Managing Director at one of the nation’s top financial institutions. In March of 2013, Private Asset Management named Frazer as one of the “Rising Stars in Wealth Management and Family Office Services.”

Based out of his bank’s New York City office, Frazer currently serves over 40 individuals, families and charities by protecting (and growing) newly-earned and generational wealth, overseeing estates, planning for the financial futures of children and grandchildren, creating new philanthropic ventures, and resolving a wide range of personal finance matters. He is currently responsible for more than $3 billion in client assets.

In addition to his financial expertise, Frazer is an experienced corporate attorney and well known within New York State political circles due to his high-level work in Albany for the New York State Department of Economic Development and because of his various leadership roles in Westchester County politics. He is also a member of the Corporate Advisory Board of a high-end fashion company that specializes in designing and marketing artist-inspired women’s apparel and accessories.

Frazer’s personal philanthropic commitments have included senior advisory positions with diverse non-profits focused on causes such as increasing educational opportunities for unprivileged youth, assisting with Indonesian tsunami relief and expanding cancer research – among others.

Frazer earned his law degree from Emory University in 2001 and his B.A. from Duke University in 1995. He currently resides in Manhattan, is an avid golfer and greatly enjoys exploring a wide array of intellectual and pop-culture topics. Toward that end, in 2009, Frazer founded the “Off the Record Forum,” an outspoken group of professionals who come together for lectures, discussions, debates and lively dinner events covering virtually any subject imaginable. Frazer has authored articles and been quoted in publications including The New York Times, the London Daily Telegraph and the Journal News and also appears as a guest commentator on various Cable TV business networks.

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