Family & Office
Building a Future Together.
The concept of the 'family office' was born out of individuals and families needing a more personalized financial platform. While a client's actual money still resides within the security of traditional banks, financial decisions can be made independent of large corporate infrastructures engrained into the culture of large banks. The Doman Group uses access to the financial products available at the larger institutions with a focus on providing each client with the best possible financial outcome for the client. As fiduciaries the Doman Group puts their client's finances first.
fiduciary: /fəˈdooSHēˌ erē, -SHərē/
An individual in whom another has placed the utmost trust and confidence to manage and protect property or money. The relationship wherein one person has an obligation to act for another's benefit.
The Doman Group is a federally registered investment adviser with the SEC, which mandates that we must invest for our clients’ best interests. What this means is TDG Advisors:
select, not sell investments for our clients.
place his/her interests below that of the client.
are expected to invest solely in the same securities they recommend to their clients – you should only trust a chef that eats their own cooking!
The Doman Group was born out of Mark Doman's belief that financial planning that best benefits the client could be the beginning of better wealth management. Years of experience at the top of the financial and legal world has provided Mark and his team with the necessary knowledge and access to opportunities that focus solely on the client.
CEO and Founder
Mark is the Chief Executive Officer and Managing Member of The Doman Group (TDG). Prior to founding TDG, he opened and managed the New York City offices of True Capital Management, where he advised athletes and high net worth individuals on their investment portfolios. Mark was a finance attorney for multinational firms Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP and Weil, Gotshal & Manges, LLP. He has tremendous experience working within the world of sports and entertainment and has built a loyal client base. Mark has spent time with the Boston Celtics in their media relations and basketball operations departments and also with the NFL Players Association, where he authored a report on NFL Draft picks’ signing bonuses.
Mark is a Registered Financial Advisor with the NFLPA, member of the District of Columbia, Florida and American Bar Associations. Mark sits on the Board for TDG’s Investment Committee as well as Co-Chair for the non-profit Business of Sports School (BOSS) in New York.
Mark grew up in Bethesda, Maryland and graduated Cum Laude with a B.A. in Politics and American Studies from Brandeis University. Mark also attended graduate school, receiving both a J.D. and M.B.A. from The George Washington University.
Chief Financial Officer
Prior to joining TDG, Steph was a Manager at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). At PwC she serviced privately owned businesses and ultra-high net worth individuals for approximately 6 years. Steph provided clients with accounting, finance, tax and estate planning advice. Additionally, she provided general business guidance and support, and oversaw tasks and projects that would traditionally be considered the responsibility of a CFO. Steph started her career as a junior accountant at a boutique family run accounting firm where she worked for approximately 5 years.
Steph is a licensed Certified Public Accountant (Florida) and a member of the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) as well as the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia (ICAA). Steph received her post-graduate Diploma of Chartered Accounting (Masters equivalent) from the ICAA, and received her undergraduate degrees in Commerce and Business Management, with honors for academic excellence, from the University of Queensland, Australia.
Media & In the News
Momentum Is Growing to Narrow a Gap Between Laws That Oversee Sports Agents and Financial Advisers Who Approach College Athletes
Mark Doman and NFL players Aldon Smith and Brandon Gibson ask the "Fast Money" traders their plays for Facebook and Apple.