SVP of Business Development
With 39 years experience in the financial services industry, Massie joined 4C Digital Health in 2016 after leading their second round, $10 million capital raise. He’s now rolling out 4C’s software and data analytics solution to large, self-insured corporations and state governments across the country.
Massie began his investment advisor career with Wheat First Securities in 1983, rising to Senior Vice President. After the merger with First Union in 1997, he left to open the Richmond office of Morgan Keegan. After four years of establishing that office, he left to co-found Alternative Investments Group to focus on marketing private equity, hedge funds and private real estate funds to endowments, foundations and family offices.
A graduate of Woodberry Forest School and the Virginia Military Institute, he is a former president of the VMI Club of Richmond and a seasoned financial advisor to area boards and investment committees.
Appointed to the Board of Trustees for the $560 million City of Richmond Retirement System in 1998, serving maximum 12-year board tenure; concurrently chaired Investment Committee for 9 years. Reelected to the Investment Committee in 2011, serving until term limits were instituted in 2016.
In 2008, appointed to the Investment Advisory Committee of the $59 billion Virginia College Savings Plan to help guide the asset allocation and management of the $3.2 billion Virginia Pre-Paid Education Fund.
In 2016, appointed by Governor McAuliff to the Board of Trustees and Chairman of the Investment Committee of the $670 million Virginia Birth Injury Fund.