Mitch Ehmka, CFA®, CIPM®Chief Trading Officer
areas of expertise
- Chief Trading Officer
- Investment Committee Member
- Portfolio Manager
education + awards
- BS, Aviation Management – Florida Institute of Technology
- Certificate in Investment Performance Measurement designation awarded by the CFA Institute in 2017
Mitch Ehmka is the Chief Trading Officer for Kingsview Partners.
Mitch has worked with Kingsview since 2010 and has assumed increasing responsibility during his tenure, serving as Head Trader for 3 ½ years, and then as Director of Trading for the last five years.
Mitch oversees all trading operations within the firm from Chicago and runs the day-to-day trading operations of Kingsview Investment Management. He will also continue to sit on the investment committee.
Mitch helps Advisors, fellow Portfolio Managers and the Investment Committee implement investment strategy, and assists in guiding portfolio implementation within Kingsview’s systems. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and holds the Certificate in Investment Performance Measurement (CIPM) Designation, both designations issued by the CFA Institute.
Mitch also spearheads the GIPS efforts of Kingsview Investment Management and oversees its claim of compliance with the GIPS standards in investment performance reporting.
On a personal note, Mitch is a Florida Institute of Technology graduate and holds a B.S. in Aviation Management. He is a licensed pilot and flight instructor, and worked as an instructor at Sawyer Aviation in Scottsdale, Arizona before his deep interest in the financial markets led him to pursue work in financial services. Mitch began his finance career in Fort Lauderdale as a Commodity Broker before joining Kingsview’s Chicago team in 2010.
Growing up in Plano, Texas, Mitch’s interests in aviation and finance were apparent from a young age when he joined a local flying club and enjoyed tracking investments. Today, he lives in the west suburbs of Chicago with his wife, Samantha. He enjoys traveling, playing golf, and flying around the Midwest when he isn’t monitoring the markets.