Conor Turley

Wealth Manager

Campbell Hall (Jr High and High School)
University of Pennsylvania (College of Arts and Sciences)

“Don’t mistake activity for achievement.”
“Failing to prepare is preparing to fail.”

Your top three favorite Podcasts/Books?
I read “The Client” by John Grisham as a kid, and it is still my favorite book of all time.
I also love “Coach Wooden’s Pyramid of Success” by John Wooden and Jay Carty.
I enjoy listening to the “Capital Ideas” Podcast.

What are the Bridge Advisory Core Values that drive you?
All of the Core Values really resonate with me, but in particular I believe in being straightforward and accountable. Being accountable for performance, having integrity, being honest, and communicating directly are so important in this business. I hope to earn the trust of everyone I interact with. I strive to build genuine and meaningful lifelong relationships.

What do you enjoy doing when you are not working?
I love spending time with my wife and family. I really enjoyed living in México and being close to my wife’s family. We’ll miss that! Now that we’re back in the US, it’s been great being closer to my side of the family. I’m a big supporter of my LA sports teams. One of the 1st things I did when I moved back to LA was to go to a Dodgers game.

What are you looking forward to?
Reintegrating to LA life and hopefully growing our small family in the near future.

What makes you smile?
Service and Family.

What would you do if you won the lottery?
I’d build our dream home, I’d take some time to travel a few times a year, I’d give to organizations I believe in, and invest the rest!

What’s the best adventure you’ve taken? Or favorite place you’ve traveled to?
In between my last position and starting with Bridge, my wife and I carved out some time to travel. We used the excuse of visiting my brother Nik (he is a professional baseball player in Hiroshima, Japan) and traveled for 2 months, experiencing 8 countries in Asia. It was amazing!