Financial Advisor Kyle Harrington
Kyle Harrington has been a KUSI Contributor since 2013 and is also the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Harrington Capital Management (HCM). Founded in 2008, HCM serves both corporate and individual clients as a trusted financial advisor.
Kyle comes from a long distinguished career at some of the world’s largest investment firms. He began his career at Merrill Lynch in 1993 in New York City before returning to business school at The Wharton School of Business to receive his MBA in 1998. While receiving his MBA he worked and trained at Goldman Sachs in New York City in the Private Wealth Management Division.
Kyle finished his career as a Managing Director at Deutsche Bank in San Francisco where his primary function was to design innovative strategies that best fit individual and company financial goals.
Prior to receiving his M.B.A from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania Kyle earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree (B.A.) from Princeton University in 1992 where earned an athletic scholarship to play varsity basketball as a student scholar athlete. In 1989, Princeton won the Ivy League Championship and lost to Georgetown in the NCAA Tournament by a score of 50-49 in an epic battle that still is talked about in college basketball circles today.
Kyle is a devoted father of triplets; a trained martial artist in the Korean form of Tang Soo Do and a PADI licensed Scuba Diver as well as the head coach of the Mitey Mites Pop Warner football team. In addition he is the head coach of the YMCA basketball team and assistant coach to the Mission Bay Baseball Team. As part of his continued service to the community and education and sport at-large, Kyle is also an active member of the Board of Directors at the La Jolla YMCA.