Meet Erik Krom
Over the past 16 years, Erik Krom has used his expertise in the financial services industry to help hundreds of families in Colorado, protect and grow their wealth.
After moving to Denver in 2001 Erik began working in the finance industry on the lending and banking side of the business before finding his passion in full service financial advising as a Partner with The Paradigm Group before founding Clear Creek Advisors.
Through his experience with various banks, insurance companies and financial institutions Erik found his passion for helping clients understand the products and strategies available to them. It is through that experience that Erik has been so driven to build a client-centric model in which he acts independent of a bank, mutual fund or insurance company to serve the best interests of his clients.
Clear Creek Advisors is a full service financial planning firm providing independent investment advice through Clear Creek Wealth Management and insurance products through Clear Creek Insurance, an independent insurance brokerage representing many of the top insurance carriers in the industry.
Erik is an Investment Adviser Representative, he holds a life insurance license in Colorado and has passed the Series 65 securities exam. Erik graduated with a bachelor of science degree in business administration from Linfield College. Erik is also a member of Ascendeur, a network of Entrepreneurs dedicated to helping each other learn, grow and provide leadership in their respective communities.
Erik has been a contributor to such news outlets as Fox Business, NBC, CBS, ABC, The Denver Business Journal and has been listed in “Medical Economics” as a top financial advisor for physicians. In addition, he has hosted several radio shows and is a regular speaker at information events and seminars on a variety of financial topics. He was also featured in Tony Robbins bestselling book Money Master the Game.
Erik lives in Denver with his wife, Jen, two daughters and a son. Erik and Jen are active in their community and over the years he has been one of the top 100 fundraisers for the Rocky Mountain Multiple Sclerosis Center, contributed to organizations like Wounded Warrior and The Leukemia and Lymphoma society.
In his free time, Erik enjoys coaching his daughter’s soccer teams, golf, Muay Thai and being active in the Colorado outdoors with his family.