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Tom Sedoric


Tom Sedoric

Executive Managing Director – Wealth Manager, The Sedoric Group 

“We are fiduciaries and risk managers. By getting the details right, we seek to provide financial confidence to the families we serve.”

Tom has provided advice to successful families and individuals since 1984.

Today, Tom derives his greatest joy from serving both his clients and his community. He knows that when his clients do well, so does the community, his team, and his firm.

Tom has served as a trustee or director of many organizations, and has been published in The Wall Street Journal, CNN Money, Investor IQ - Financial Times, Dow Jones MarketWatch, Reuters, Forbes and Barron’s Magazine on topics related to wealth and risk management, financial literacy, and market structure. Tom served four New Hampshire Governors as the advisory chair to the Department of Resources and Economic Development advising on business and economic matters. Tom has also served on the Industry Advisory Council of the New Hampshire Bureau of Securities Regulation.

As Executive Managing Director and Partner, Tom collaborates with a growing team of involved professionals at The Sedoric Group. Tom's thoughtful attention to process, now known as gamma by the larger investment community, has been sought by multigenerational families as well as by state, academic, public and private institutions over the past thirty years. Tom provides thoughtful guidance on the complicated aspects of personal finance and markets, utilizing key team resources to integrate with his clients' tax, legal, and estate professionals.

Tom, a Wisconsin native, lived in Europe as a child and is a travel and exercise enthusiast. He loves being on the water and spending time with his blended and growing family. He resides with his wife, Barb, the founder of LastingMatters, and their two dogs in Rye, New Hampshire.

More about Tom:

  1. Describe your personality in one sentence?
    I am a global thinker, intuitive, loyal, empathetic, tenacious, and pragmatic.

  2. What would you be doing if you couldn’t work in finance?
    I would be a Junior High School Civics, History, and Social Studies teacher, and would make financial and civics literacy critical to the curriculum for middle school students and my teaching colleagues.

  3. What are your wardrobe constants?
    I have worn the same size suit (size 40) for 35 years. I was a chunky kid and even the “husky” size didn’t fit me when I was 14.

  4. What unknown talent do you possess?
    I can fix just about anything and know some amazing card tricks.

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