Carl Domino is a nationally recognized money manager, and has managed assets on behalf of high net-worth individuals and institutional clients such as pension funds, educational institutions, charitable foundations and labor unions for more than thirty-five years.
Carl established Carl Domino, Inc. when he returned to Florida after a 15-year career at the Delaware Management Company in Philadelphia. From 1987 until 2000, Carl built a successful money management firm, Carl Domino Associates, L.P (CDA). His firm's expertise was developed in the institutional marketplace, and CDA became a national leader for managing institutional assets.
In 2000, the assets of CDA were sold to the Northern Trust Company and Carl became the President and Chief Investment Officer of Northern Trust Value Investors. During one of the most turbulent times in modern economic history, returns for clients were significantly above the market, and assets under management grew to more than $3 billion.
In July 2004, Carl partnered with Michael Dixon to create an investment management and wealth advisory firm in Palm Beach, Florida. The firm manages institutional and individual accounts utilizing Carl's disciplined investment strategy process.
In 2002 Carl was elected to the Florida House of Representatives where he served for eight years. Carl served a number of important roles in the State House and was best known for his tax reduction proposal called "portability". He is a member of several local and national business groups and is a regular commentator for media outlets on financial markets.
Carl is a graduate of Florida State University and, after finishing active duty as a Naval Officer (where he served in Vietnam), earned his M.B.A. from Harvard University. Carl was awarded the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation in 1978.