In September 1990, Craig formed C.W. Henderson & Associates, Inc. a registered investment advisory organization specializing in tax-exempt municipal securities. Craig serves as both the President and Chief Investment Officer. His primary roles include relationship management, business development, overseeing portfolio management operations and handling the administrative duties of the firm.
During his career, Craig has served as President of the Municipal Bond Club of Chicago, President and Treasurer of the Chicago International Charter School Foundation, and as an arbitrator for both the N.A.S.D. and the M.S.R.B. Craig is currently a member of the President’s Council for the Daniel Murphy Scholarship Foundation and Vice President of the Coco Point Fund, a non-profit dedicated to rebuilding Barbuda, an island devastated by Hurricane Irma.
After successful completion of the CPA exam in 1975, Craig joined the First Boston Corporation in New York where he traded municipal securities for two years. He then relocated to the firm’s Chicago office where he spent the following thirteen years selling municipal securities to major institutional accounts in the Midwest. Craig managed First Boston’s municipal securities division in Chicago from 1982-1989.
Craig is a native of Grosse Pointe, MI and longtime resident of Chicago. He graduated from Western Michigan University with a degree in accounting and mathematics.
Craig enjoys golf, bridge, travel, paddle tennis, ice hockey, cooking and horse racing.