Gordan C. Post is a Senior Financial Advisor at Transform Wealth. Gordan has over 30 years of experience in the financial industry having held roles in research, trading, portfolio management, and financial planning. In addition to serving the needs of his clients, Gordan is also a member of the investment team and assists in many of the fixed income and equity investment strategies at Transform Wealth.
Gordan began his career in Philadelphia on the fixed income trading desk of CoreStates Financial, a super-regional bank holding company. From there he took a senior leadership role at a boutique fixed income research and trading firm in New York City before eventually moving to Denver. After skiing for several months, Gordan landed at a local community bank and trust where he founded and spent several years building their investment program before moving to CoBiz Financial (BOKF) as a Senior Vice President of Trust Investments. Later, he moved into a Senior Portfolio Manager role at CoBiz Wealth where he was a voting member of their Investment Committee and helped implement their equity and fixed income strategies.
Gordan holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Finance with a Minor in Economics from The Pennsylvania State University and a Masters of Business Administration degree with a dual emphasis in Investment Management and Finance from the University of Colorado. Gordan is also a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ certificant, having earned this designation in 2013.
After spending the early part of his career serving institutional clients, Gordan made a conscious decision to migrate to the personal side of the industry and use his expertise to help individuals and families achieve financial security.
Gordan has previously served on a number of boards serving Denver’s Jewish community including the Jewish Foundation, JewishColorado and Temple Sinai. Gordan lives in Denver with his wife, Bonnie and his two boys. In his free time, he enjoys skiing, hiking, reading, playing guitar and exploring Colorado with his family.