Founder & Chief Investment Officer
GERARD J. FRIGON is the Founder and Chief Investment Officer of Taylor Frigon Capital Management LLC and is the Managing Member of Taylor Frigon Capital Advisors LLC, General Partner to Taylor Frigon Capital Partners LP. He is the Senior Portfolio Manager for the Taylor Frigon Core Growth Fund, an open-end investment company. He serves on the Board of Directors for ASOCS, Ltd. (a global leader in the world's transition to 5G-based communications, based in Rosh Haayin, Israel), and I-V Access Technology, Inc. (a private medical device company committed to bringing their breakthrough catheter valve and needle, VenaValve, a multi-access blood control valve and VenaSave, a unique vein preservation system to the market to transform the venous access experience for patients and clinicians, based in San Francisco, CA).
Mr. Frigon has nearly four decades of experience in investment strategy, planning and portfolio management for private investors and institutions including over 21 years at Merrill Lynch in the San Francisco Bay Area. During that time, he has managed portfolios with the same disciplined process directly descended from the classic growth philosophy developed by Richard C. Taylor and Thomas Rowe Price.
Mr. Frigon received his Bachelor of Arts in Business/Economics from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 1985. He founded Taylor Frigon Capital Management LLC in 2006.
Mr. Frigon serves on the Board of the Busch School of Business at Catholic University of America in Washington D.C., Board of Directors for Caritas in Veritate in Scottsdale, AZ, St. John Paul II High School Finance Board in Avondale, AZ, and the Building Committee for Mater Misericordiae Catholic Church in Phoenix, AZ.