Who Is Chris Jarvis?
Chris Jarvis is an author, applied mathematician, actuarial analyst and micro-economic strategist. Chris helps business owners, family offices and professionals find creative solutions to their most complicated financial problems.
Chris has written fifteen books. In 2017, he co-authored the best selling book, Mastering the Art of Success, with Jack Canfield (creator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series). In 2018 Chris wrote his best book yet, 6 Secrets to Leveraging Success: A Guide for Entrepreneurs, Family Offices and Their Trusted Advisors. It was published by Post Hill Press and quickly made the Amazon Bestseller lists in the business, insurance and wealth management categories. You may order it on Amazon today.
Chris has delivered over 100 continuing education seminars to accountants, attorneys, financial professionals, and physicians. A partial list includes: PKF, Wealth Counsel, Mass Mutual’s Blue Chip Group, Symmetry Financial, Lion Street’s Trusted Advisors Symposium, American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS), International College of Surgeons (ICS), American College of Mohs Surgeons (ACMS), American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI), American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), Tenet Healthcare and Kaiser Permanente. Chris has been paid to speak on healthcare industry trends and to provide strategic planning advice to the American Association of Medical Society Executives (AAMSE) and National CPA Health Care Advisors Association.
During his actuarial career, Chris created captive insurance companies for one of the world’s 10 largest companies. He has provided risk management, captive insurance consulting, risk pooling and insurance brokerage services to over 250 businesses and insurance companies nationwide. He currently sits on the board of Angel City Sports in Los Angeles, California.
Chris focused on entrepreneurial studies and finance while earning his MBA from The Anderson School at UCLA. He graduated from the Honors Program at the University of Rhode Island with a B.S. in applied mathematics — where he was awarded the Order of Omega Man of the Year award for his philanthropic, community and academic achievement.