Cannon Carr2024-04-08T07:01:30-04:00

Cannon Carr

Chief Executive Officer & Chief Investment Officer

Cannon became our CEO in 2020 after serving as CIO for thirteen years. Known as an infectious optimist and collaborator, Cannon sets the vision and mission for our firm and optimizes how our dynamic teams help our clients fulfill their lives and legacies. He believes that relationships matter and champions making connections across our teams, networks and communities to solve our clients’ and our communities’ most pressing challenges. He works closely with first-generation wealth generators, high earners, and small business owners as they fulfill their wealth plans, tapping his own experience as a business owner for the past 15 years.

As CIO, a position that leverages his Wall Street roots, Cannon oversees our investment committee and, together with our Chief Wealth Strategist and Director of Research, sets our wealth generation framework, philosophy, and approach. Under his leadership, our firm has been independently recognized in multiple years by the Financial Times among the top 300 annual advisers in the US and was featured by Charles Schwab in 2020 as a case study for its virtual work during the pandemic.

Prior to joining CornerCap, Cannon was a senior equity analyst at CIBC World Markets (formerly Oppenheimer), covering IT business services (2006-07), wireless services (2001-05), and emerging telecom (1998-05). Cannon has provided commentary on CNBC, CNN, Lou Dobbs MoneyLine, and Bloomberg News. He has also been quoted in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, and Fortune, among other publications. He was rated a five-star analyst by Zachs Research in 2006. Cannon has an MBA from Columbia Business School and a BA from Princeton University in Political Economy.

Public service is important to Cannon. He is Board Chair and Past-President of the Rotary Club of Atlanta, heads the investment committee for the Wesleyan College endowment, and is Past-Chair of the Advisory Board for the Center for Ethics at Emory University, among other nonprofit endeavors. In 2021, he was honored with the Marion Collier Ross Leadership Award by the Rotary Club of Atlanta for outstanding leadership during the pandemic.

Education and Accreditation

  • BA, Political Economy – Princeton University
  • MBA – Columbia Business School

Cannon’s Insights & Resources

Soft Landing for the Economy?

By |January 17, 2023|Market Commentary|

Since last March, the Fed has raised rates more aggressively than at any point in the past forty years. The latest economic data shows that the economy is slowing materially without causing rising unemployment—an impressive feat and begging the question, has the Fed done enough?

Will the Fed Overshoot?

By |November 14, 2022|Market Commentary|

Last week’s better-than-expected inflation report brought relief to markets. Both stocks and bonds rebounded as investors anticipated that the Fed won’t have to be as aggressive in raising rates to tame runaway prices.

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