For over 20 years, Vito has consulted with successful business owners from myriad industries on topics such as: estate and tax planning, succession and exit planning, asset allocation, lending, banking, and philanthropy. As a fiduciary, he skillfully navigates clients through some of the most complicated family/business partnership matters by balancing the science of finance with the art of consensus building, diplomacy, and a great sense of humor.
Before joining Solyco Wealth as its Managing Partner, Vito earned a BA in Finance from the Eli Broad College of Business at Michigan State University. He worked for First Chicago NBD in their commercial lending program and held positions in business development and credit. He transitioned to Fifth Third Bank where he was a lender, team leader and a wealth management advisor. Most recently, he was the Michigan Market Manager for Key Private Bank. He earned an MBA in Strategy from the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. Vito is also a Certified Exit Planning Advisor (CEPATM).
Vito is proud of his deep connectivity to Detroit. He demonstrates this pride through his involvement in the community. Vito is Board Director of the Detroit Athletic Club, the #1 Athletic Club in the country, four years running. He currently chairs the House Committee and will be the Club’s 106th President in 2023. He also sits on the advisory board of the Multicultural Business Program at Michigan State University and the Ernest S. Betts Endowment.
Residing in West Bloomfield, Vito, and his wife Heather share (in differing order and degree) a love of travel, bourbon, music, bowling, baseball and great food. They are humbled daily by their three precocious children.
BA, Finance, The Eli Broad College of Business, Michigan State University
MBA, Finance & Strategy, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, University of Michigan
Certified Exit Planning Advisor ™
Curtis founded Solyco Wealth, serves as its President, and possesses over 20 years of investment management know-how. Relocating from Houston to suburban Detroit in 2015, Curtis spent decades working in equity capital markets as a portfolio manager, equity analyst, and institutional equity salesperson for several regional and boutique investment banks earning multiple accolades from The Wall Street Journal and Forbes/StarMine.
Curtis received a BA in Economics from Swarthmore College and an MBA from Rice University.
A collegiate wrestler and football player at Swarthmore, Curtis serves as a volunteer assistant wrestling coach at Birmingham Seaholm high school, having previously coached at high schools in Houston and Dallas as well as at Princeton University. Trimble also volunteers as an Alumni Interviewer of prospective applicants to Swarthmore. Previously, Curtis served as the Swarthmore Alumni Connections Chair for Detroit and for Houston. For the 2020 Presidential Election, Curtis served as an City of Birmingham Election Supervisor. In the past he enjoyed donating his time at Forgotten Harvest’s farm as well as at their repacking facility.