Grant Withers

Sports Leader Now Leading in Wealth Management

I help High Net Individuals, Families, Non-Profit Foundations and Endowments Realize Their Long Term Objectives

As an Investment Counselor at Capital Group Private Client Services, I work directly with high net worth individuals and families to create customized plans for protecting and growing their wealth, often across multiple generations. I also help nonprofit foundations and endowments to realize their long-term financial objectives through effective planning and investment management. Our firm is part of Capital Group, one of the world’s largest investment management organizations. As a result, Capital Group Private Client Services has access to extensive global research and analysis, providing deep insights into markets around the world. We also have a team of experienced wealth advisors, who work with clients to create strategic asset allocation plans uniquely suited for each individual client. In addition, we offer full trust services and closely coordinate with our clients’ outside advisors to help clients achieve their financial goals. To learn more about Capital Group Private Client Services, and read some of our latest thought leadership pieces, please visit us online at

Investment Counselor; Senior Vice President at Capital Group

Sport: Baseball/Rugby
College/Pro Team: UCLA
Chapter: Westlake Village
Profession: Finance
Specialty: Financial Adviser / Wealth Management
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    Event Checkout

    largeevent2.jpgWe are an exclusive community of former college and professional athletes excelling in the world of business. We are competitors, teammates, friends, and trusted advisors. We expect nothing but success at the highest level as business professionals.

    From the backboards to the boardrooms or the courts to the court of law, we maintain the passion, discipline, and fortitude to thrive in the sport of business. The uniforms may be different, but the athlete is always the same.