Coronavirus Operations 2020

Due to the evergrowing concern of the Coronavirus epidemic, we felt it was prudent to inform you that Baldwin Management does have a business continuation plan in effect should the need arise for our office to implement it.

Each and every employee of Baldwin Management and its subsidiaries, is provided with the ability to work remotely from their homes, should any kind of quarantine be put into effect within our areas. This remote access is secure and regulated by the highest industry standards. We require each employee to have a two-step authentication method to access your information and all backups of our data will continue as regularly scheduled, which is on a nightly basis. Our phone system is also set up to be rolled over to our personal devices should the need arise to implement our continuation plan. Baldwin’s servers are housed in a secure datacenter in Philadelphia, which has two separate backup datacenters in the United States. One is located in the Midwest, and the other is located on the West Coast.

We are prepared, in every way, to provide the upmost service that you are accustomed to by all of Baldwin’s employees, regardless of location.

Should you have any questions whatsoever, please feel free to reach out to our main office at 610-260-1555, or directly to your account manager.

We thank you for your continued trust.
Baldwin Management

Dr. John Zurlo – Coronoavirus Teleconference

On Monday, March 16th, Baldwin Management invited John Zurlo, M.D. to co-host a teleconference to discuss the Coronavirus epidemic. John J. Zurlo, M.D. is the W. Paul and Ida H. Havens Professor in Infectious Diseases and the Division Director of Infectious Diseases at Jefferson University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

This hour long teleconference discussed the current epidemic, and how the medical community is responding. We also talked about the general population response and the response of the US Government. </p>

The presentation was followed by a short Q&A session.

This entire teleconference was recorded. If you would like to listen, please click below.



Furthering its plan for expansion, Baldwin Management, LLC recently merged with Chester County Asset Management, Inc. (CCAM) of West Chester, PA. Joining Baldwin are Bruce L. Marra, CFA, and Pat Founds.

Bruce is the Founder of CCAM and has spent decades in the investment business. Previously, Bruce worked at Mellon Bank of Pittsburgh and as Chief Investment Officer of Wilmington Trust Company of Delaware. With an investment management style tilted toward “value”, Bruce expands Baldwin’s investment capabilities and brings valuable market experience to the firm’s investment deliberations. Bruce is a past President of the Pittsburgh Society of Financial Analysts and served for 3 years as Chairman of the Pennsylvania Bankers Association Trust Committee.

Pat has long worked for Chester County and with the clients of CCAM ensuring a smooth operation with great attention paid to account details.

Baldwin looks forward to a long association with Bruce, Pat and all the clients of Chester County Asset Management.


We are pleased to announce that as of the close of 2016, Baldwin Management LLC completed a merger with RKM Advisors, Inc. located in West Chester, PA.

Like Baldwin, RKM manages money for individuals and families as well as performing tax work for them and others. Their services are highly personalized and their philosophy is hallmarked by a “client first” attitude.

Joining us from RKM are founder Richard K. May and his wife Julie May. Richard has had a long and storied career in the investment management business after having earned his AB from Princeton University and his MBA from the University of Michigan. Julie is a tax specialist. She has an AB from Smith College.

Working closely with RKM’s tax clientele is Vanessa L. Geiger. Vanessa, who earned her BA from Millersville University, has many years of experience completing complicated tax returns for the firm’s biggest clients. Assisting Richard with investment management and financial planning work is Gary S. Hess, who received his BS from the Pennsylvania State University and earned a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation in 1993. Finally, Katharine P. Dunlevy, who received her BA from the University of Delaware and her MBA from Florida Institute of Technology, will be joining us and keeping the administrative tasks of RKM and the clients well in hand.

Unlike Baldwin, RKM utilizes mutual funds and ETFs to manage client portfolios. We welcome this different approach to money management, as it adds another “arrow” to Baldwin’s “investment quiver” allowing us to offer clients an alternative to individual security portfolio management.

With this merger, Baldwin has enlarged its money management business and brought a new discipline under “our tent”. We have also added new tax clients and tax preparation talent, which will also burnish the Baldwin business. We are excited about our future and working with our new colleagues.