David DeVito is the Director of Investment Operations of Resonant Capital Advisors. He has over 23 years of professional institutional capital markets experience. He helps oversee investment operations technology, public markets analysis and trading.
Prior to joining Resonant, David spent the past 13 years as Head Trader for both Madison Investments and the State of Wisconsin Investment Board (SWIB), both in Madison. David helped launch Curian Capital in Denver and held trading positions at Citigroup and Brown Brothers Harriman & Co, both in NYC.
He brings a background founded in capital markets structure and progressive technological adaptation to Resonant. David has been a leader in the capital markets trading community through participation in numerous industry panels and senior membership in industry organizations. He has regularly guest-lectured for UW-Madison’s business school.
David and his family enjoy sailing Lake Mendota in the summer and skiing "the mountains" of Wisconsin in the winter. They also frequent the hiking trails of UW-Madison’s Lakeshore Preserve year-round. An avid cook, David and his family frequently entertain using the local bounties of Madison’s farmers’ markets..
He holds a degree in Economics from Marist College (NY) and an MBA in Finance and Economics from the Stern School at New York University. He is also a Chartered Market Technician (CMT). A mid-westerner by marriage, David lives in Shorewood Hills with his wife and three children.
Skydiving. It’s a unique experience but I wouldn’t say it's fun. Taking off in a plane with a garage door built into the side is not natural.
If there’s good wind and free time then I’d prefer to sail. The weather itself doesn’t necessarily have to be ‘good’, just good wind.
This is the first day of the rest of your life - My Mom.
Would I? Have I. Humpty Dance. I own it. Don’t judge.
National Lampoons Vacation. Chevy Chase was brilliant. Christmas is decent. European lags. Keep the new one.
Phish’s Clifford Ball in 1996. Two days of camping out of a 1981 Toyota Corolla on an Air Force Base in Upstate New York with 70K other ‘Phans’.