Peter E. Klingelhofer, CFA®

Managing Director, Investment Management

  • Focus: Portfolio Management
  • Education: Bachelor of Arts in Geology - Environmental Studies, Washington & Lee University
  • Certifications: CFA® Charterholder, Member of the Columbus Society of Financial Analysts
  • Fun Fact: Pete was a National Park Ranger at Grand Teton National in 1992 and coached youth lacrosse for over ten years.

Pete has nearly 25 years of active investment experience with expertise in portfolio management and global asset allocation.  During his career, he has directed the investment and management of several public asset classes and sectors, including basic materials, emerging markets, technology, U.S large cap value and International small cap equities. Prior to joining Hamilton Capital, Pete served as a Portfolio Manager for the JP Morgan Multi-Asset Solutions team and most recently acted as CIO for a mid-sized wealth management firm.

He spent the first 17 years of his career at State Teachers Retirement System of Ohio (STRS) as an analyst and portfolio manager. Pete is a CFA Charterholder and member of the Columbus Society of Financial Analysts. As Managing Director, Investment Management for Hamilton Capital, Pete believes in a conscientious approach to portfolio management and the overall investment process designed to achieve attractive long term investment results.

Pete and his wife, Suzanne, are long-time Bexley residents. They have five children and are both quite active in their community. Pete currently serves as Risk Manager for the Columbus Chapter of CISV USA and has been a youth lacrosse coach for over 10 years.

My summer as a Park Ranger cultivated my love of being outdoors and initiated my interest in becoming a servant to others. My wife and I have 5 children and we create family vacations that almost always revolve around some kind of outdoor activity. We try to get to the mountains of the western US as often as possible.

As our kids grew, I became a youth lacrosse coach and have been involved in coaching all three of our boys. The great reward in coaching has been watching our teams mature and develop over the years. Many of my former players are well into their careers now and it is always great to see them and learn about how their lives have progressed.