When more than wealth matters.

Introducing The Kroneberger Group

With a long tradition of serving investors from the Mid-Atlantic area, as well as other local and national locations, our team has more than 90 years of combined investment management experience and over $500 million in personal assets and $200 million institutional assets under management. Through a variety of market cycles over the past several decades, we have earned the privilege of serving financially successful individuals, families, businesses and institutions.

Brian Kroneberger named one of Barron’s Top 1,200 advisors

At The Kroneberger Group, we are very proud that Financial Advisor Brian Kroneberger was named a Barron’s Top 1,200 advisor in 2020. It’s an honor to have a teammate nationally recognized as one of the best in the industry—because it means we are serving our clients well. Congratulations, Brian!

Global Insight Monthly

Global Insight Cover Image - April 2024High Expectations

Most major equity markets have moved to new high ground, propelled by expectations for interest rate cuts. But we are not out of the woods yet. Read the Global Insight Monthly »

Gina, Jenna and Chrissy braving the cold for a great cause!Honored to participate in the 2024 Polar Bear Plunge

Our team is very proud to support Special Olympics Maryland and the annual Polar Bear Plunge.  This incredible event takes place every January and all proceeds go to support Special Olympics Maryland. Learn more.

We welcome you to experience The Kroneberger Group difference for yourself.  Contact us today to set up a meeting.

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Don’t fight (or fear) the Fed

The U.S. central bank is an incredibly powerful institution that can exert influence on essentially any U.S. dollar-denominated asset. However, we believe the Fed is also widely misunderstood.

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