Christopher J. Topolewski

Managing Member
Wick Capital Partners

Christopher Topolewski is managing member of Wick Capital Partners, a multi-family office that provides financial peace of mind for clients through planning, investment-research and customized portfolio construction. Topolewski has significant experience and expertise in investment management, as well as real-estate development and structuring of alternative investments. Topolewski is also an active leader in his community, engaged in civic life, and committed to philanthropic and charitable endeavors.

Topolewski is active with various charities and non-profits, which focus on health, children and education, paralleling his interests. Topolewski currently serves as the Chairman for Admission Committee and is a former member of the Board of Directors of the Union League of Philadelphia, the #1 rated private club in North America. He is the former Chairman of Union League’s Business Leadership Network. Topolewski also serves on the Board of Governor of the Philadelphia Country Club in Gladwyne, Pennsylvania, where he was appointed Vice-Chair of the Membership Committee. Topolewski is a longstanding Advisory Board Member of the Youth Orchestra of Philadelphia; a member of the Investment Committee for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia; a Board of Trustee member of The Holy Child School of Rosemont, and Chairman of the Capital Campaign. Additionally, Topolewski was the 2012 recipient of the Golden Anchor Award of the Marine Corp Law Enforcement Foundation, in recognition for-which Topolewski awarded scholarships to children of fallen Marines.

A graduate of Boston University, with a Bachelor of Arts and Science Degree, Topolewski completed his studies in Statistics at the London School of Economics and Villanova University School of Law, where he earned a Juris Doctorate. Topolewski lives in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania with his wife of twelve years, Katie, along with his two daughters Alexandra and Emma. He is a member of The Union League of Philadelphia, The Philadelphia Country Club, and The Philadelphia Society for the Preservation of Landmarks.