Investor Connect: Jim Denholm of IronBridge Private Wealth

Investor Connect: Jim Denholm of IronBridge Private Wealth

May 31, 2021 by investor

In this episode, Hall welcomes Jim Denholm, Founder & CEO at IronBridge Private Wealth.

IronBridge Private Wealth was founded in Austin, Texas, to combine the strength and resources of a large financial firm with the independence of a local company. They are true fiduciaries of their client’s​ wealth. Having real risk management strategies that adapt to changing market conditions, while understanding their clients’​ individual goals and objectives, provides the foundation of true fiduciary service.

As founder and CEO, Jim Denholm created IronBridge to assist clients on their paths to financial success. Every aspect of IronBridge was developed with a client-first mindset. Jim’s unique background includes nearly two decades spent at large investment firms (JPMorgan, Morgan Stanley, and Wells Fargo) and Jim has a Mechanical Engineering degree from the University of Texas at Austin. Jim serves on various boards, including the First Tee of Greater Austin, the Austin Symphony, and is a member of the Texas Exes Investment Committee. He lives in Austin with his wife, two boys, and two large Rhodesian Ridgebacks.

Jim shares what excites him now and advises startups and investors. He discusses his investment thesis, how he sees the startup industry evolving, and what he thinks will be the biggest change we will see in five years.

You can visit IronBridge Private Wealth at, and via LinkedIn at

Jim can be contacted via email at, via LinkedIn at, and via Twitter at

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Music courtesy of Bensound

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