About Chris

Chris Skijus is an Investment Associate at J.P. Morgan Wealth Management.

As an integral member of The Kritzer-Castellaw Group, Chris focuses on the team's wealth planning, relationship management and marketing opportunities. In addition, he develops asset allocation strategies and investment plans for clients, working diligently to help ensure an excellent client experience.

Throughout more than two decades of financial services experience, Chris' engaging style and talent for building strong connections have contributed to his reputation for caring about his clients and helping them meet their needs. He engenders trust by being transparent, exhibiting integrity, and conveying a high level of personal service rooted in the principle of doing the right thing on their behalf at all times.

Chris began his career as a Relationship Manager at J.P. Morgan and then joined Bernstein Global Wealth Management (now AllianceBernstein), where he further developed his client service and relationship management skills. He returned to the firm in 2017 and assumed his current role with The Kritzer-Castellaw Group in 2023.

A graduate of the University of Connecticut, Chris earned a B.A. in Economics. He holds the FINRA Series 7, 63 and 65 securities licenses and the Life, Health and Variable Annuity insurance licenses.

Chris lives in Dunwoody with his wife, Melanie, and their daughter, Addison. In addition to spending time with his family and friends, he likes to cook. An avid sportsman, Chris enjoys the outdoors, including playing tennis.

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