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Christopher Harp
Chris Harp

As the founder of CH Capital Management, Chris has served families and businesses around Chapel Hill for over 20 years.
His clients represent a diverse group of successful families, individuals, and businesses, and he specializes in helping mid to late-career professionals.

“I went to graduate school because I thought I wanted a career in banking,” says Chris. “After working in the investment division of a bank, I realized banking was not for me, but I always had a love for capital markets. I still remember the day when I was eight years old, and my father taught me how to read the stock page in the newspaper.”

Chris has contributed to various publications and previously hosted a television show.

Born in Atlanta, GA, Chris has been a Durham/Chapel Hill resident for over 30 years and is very committed to helping the community he loves. Chris graduated from the University of Georgia with a BBA in 1992. He earned an MBA from Wake Forest University in 2000.

Chris is married to Nanci, and they have a daughter. Chris enjoys attending sporting events, golfing, spending time with his family, and traveling in his free time.

Education and Professional Certifications

  • BBA, The University of Georgia
  • MBA, Wake Forest University

Areas of Practice

  • Investment Planning
  • College Savings Planning
  • Estate planning advice
  • Retirement Planning

It’s my goal to provide the insight and clarity to help you gain financial peace of mind.

I’ll work to understand your financial priorities and long-term goals, so that I can guide you towards the future you desire. It will be my goal to build a long-term relationship with you based on mutual honesty, respect, and trust.

You’ll gain a trusted advisor to discuss issues you’re facing now, and a partner to consult as your priorities change in the future. I’ll bring financial knowledge to our discussions that might open new doors of opportunity for you.

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