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Scott Wolfrum



About Scott Wolfrum


Scott Wolfrum is the CEO and Owner of Wolfrum Capital Management Group, where he is in charge of a small staff of highly educated professionals and $200 million in assets under control. Foundry Capital Group, a value-oriented investment management business, is also owned and operated by Scott Wolfrum. The business is constantly engaging with management teams and boards of directors to discover and implement value-creating opportunities for shareholders.

Scott is dedicated to creating an atmosphere where every member of his team can flourish. He believes that one should pursue their dreams vigorously and fearlessly, and he strives to create an atmosphere where all of his coworkers can constantly improve their skills in order to achieve their ambitions. Scott believes that the success of a team member should be celebrated as a group success, and does his best to encourage his teammates wherever possible. He also values personal growth and is constantly striving to learn new things so that he can help solve problems in creative and innovative ways.

Scott obtained his bachelor’s degree in Economics from Indiana University. Soon after graduating, he started working for Merrill Lynch in Indianapolis as a financial adviser. Scott was in charge of developing and maintaining his own client portfolio and advising consumers on risk factors related to investment decisions. Scott also used his time to cultivate an extensive network of peers and associates, earning him a well-deserved reputation as a wise advisor and dependable colleague.

Scott Wolfrum has broadened his knowledge and expertise through each role he has held throughout his remarkable career. As a financial consultant and branch manager for Wells Fargo Advisors and the leader of a 40-person team, Scott was responsible for managing $3 billion in assets while also increasing his personal $200 million client accounts. Scott also obtained experience at David A. Noyes & Co., where he learned how to design carefully crafted client portfolios based on complete transparency and meaningful client dialogue. Scott was also in charge of the discretionary supervision of Foundry Capital Group, LLC, a small boutique firm regarded as one of America’s most specialized consulting organizations.

Warsaw Chemical Company, known for its comprehensive line of cleaning chemicals for institutional and industrial uses, hired Scott to be in charge of its strategic transformation. As Chairman of the company, he was tasked with showing how its products have progressed from the 1940s to the present day. Warsaw wanted to emphasize their humble beginnings and the fact that they started with just a bowl cleaner and a hand cleanser while proudly listing their latest global line of over 200 Car Choice® products for self-serve, automated, and conveyor car washes. Scott completed due diligence and launched an entire advertising campaign to promote the company’s new customer-friendly website as well as information about the company’s new product line. Visitors can now view datasheets for all of the products they sell, along with product news and literature.

Elpis Opportunity Fund, formerly known as Foundry Mezzanine Opportunity Fund, is also managed by Scott. His responsibilities include fundraising, making private investments, and handling all elements of ongoing investment upkeep for a $30 million portfolio.

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Scott Wolfrum Work Experience


Wolfrum Capital Management Group

Aug. 2011 – Present

Managing Director – Wealth advisor with approximately $200 million assets under management and 7 full-time employees

Elpis Opportunity Fund (Formerly Foundry Mezzanine Opportunity Fund)

Feb. 2018 – Present

Managing Member – Responsible for raising capital, making investments into private placements and ongoing investment maintenance for approximately $30 million of assets.

Warsaw Chemical Company

Jan. 2018 – Present

Chairman – In charge of the strategic direction of the company

A. G. Edwards / Wachovia / Wells Fargo

Sept. 1996 – Aug. 2011

Financial Advisor / Branch Manager – Managed 40+ employees and oversaw approximately $3 billion in assets while maintaining a personal book of business of approximately $200 million.

Merrill Lynch

Sept. 1992 – Aug. 1996

Financial Advisor – responsible for building and maintaining a personal book of business. Using personal goals and risk tolerance to make investment advice tailored to each client.



Indiana University – Bachelors in Economics – May 1990

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