Christopher Letts

Christopher obtained a Finance Degree with Honors from the Eli Broad College of Business at Michigan State University. Christopher is second generation within private wealth management and has seen throughout his entire life the profound benefits financial planning can have on successful families. He started his career with Morgan Stanley Smith Barney's predecessor firm in 2001.

Christopher assists clients in developing planning strategies for personal wealth transfer, family wealth transfer, and business transition. He focuses on alternative investments such as hedge funds, managed futures, private equity and firm co-investment opportunities. He also advises on advanced insurance strategies that can assist in reducing taxation and liability of families experiencing a business transition or liquidity event.

In addition to wealth management, Christopher coordinates the specialized global services of Morgan Stanley Smith Barney which are available to his clients. These services include global concierge, art advisory, aircraft advisory, personal security advisory, home and estate advisory, personal health advisory and philanthropic advisory.

Christopher is deeply involved with philanthropic causes, especially in regard to education. Christopher is Past-President of the Brother Rice Business Alliance, former Vice President of the Brother Rice Alumni Association and a former Director of the Michigan State Alumni Association of Oakland County. He is actively involved with his local Church and its ministries.

Christopher enjoys spending time with his family, boating, shipwreck diving the deep waters of Northern Ontario, and listening to the BBC. Christopher and his wife, Christina, reside on Cass Lake in West Bloomfield, Michigan.