Don Edwards, MBA, CFA, is President and Chief Investment Officer of Wabash Capital, which he co-founded in 1997. He chairs the Wabash Capital Investment Committee with chief responsibility for defining the investment strategies for our clients and implementing the fiduciary investment process for corporate retirement plans. Don is actively involved in meeting with both individual and institutional clients of the company, and he is constantly engaged in finding solutions to help them achieve their financial goals.
Since 2001, Don and his colleagues have served as fiduciaries to retirement plans across a broad array of industries. Wabash Capital is a leader in providing personalized investment advice to participants as a truly independent fee-only, non-affiliated advisor.
Prior to founding Wabash Capital, Don served six years as a portfolio manager with Old National Trust Company where he managed over $200 million in trust and agency accounts. He also previously served as adjunct professor for the School of Business at Indiana State University.
Don is a member of the CFA Institute and the Indianapolis Society of Financial Analysts, and annually serves as an exam grader for the CFA exam. He received his B.S. in Finance and MBA degrees from Indiana State University. Don and his wife Terry have two children and reside in Terre Haute, Indiana.