Overview

The FBB Difference

What sets us apart from other investment advisors is our flexibility in structuring portfolios and the level of attention we offer our clients. We do not force our clients into one-size-fits-all portfolios.

While we utilize investment models as a framework for developing individual portfolios, each portfolio is uniquely-based on the client's specific goals, tax situation, time frame and risk preference. Through dedicated teamwork, we aim to exceed the expectations of our valued clients.

We are a privately held firm. While the wealth management industry becomes increasingly corporate, FBB continues to operate privately. Our operation lets us keep the focus on our clients instead of corporate matters.

Your Team

Susan Emma Owens Breakefield Fulton

Principal

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Susan is a co-founder and majority owner of FBB Capital Partners. Under Susan's leadership FBB was recognized for excellence as one of the top 25 "Up and Coming" investment management firms nationwide by Forbes Magazine in October 2008. Susan prides herself on being an early adopter and was one of the first five Certified Financial Planners in the Washington Metro Area.

A regular commentator on CNBC and Fox Business, Susan speaks often to Washington area organizations about investing, philanthropy, and business leadership. Susan has been quoted in Business Week and the Wall Street Journal on numerous occasions.

An Army brat, Susan calls DC home having lived there as a toddler. She returned to graduate from Western High School (now Duke Ellington) in 1957, and has been a member of the Washington business community since 1964.

Active and passionate about her interests, Susan has served on the boards of Wilson College, her alma mater, and Heifer International. In 1999, she endowed a memorial to her husband, the Richard Alsina Fulton Center for Sustainable Living, a 50 acre farm for hands-on education regarding environmental issues and solutions. She is a member of Rachel's Network and has interests in the Rare Breeds Conservancy at the Smithsonian and in the conservation of the Chesapeake Bay.

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Susan Emma Owens Breakefield Fulton

Principal

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Susan is a co-founder and majority owner of FBB Capital Partners. Under Susan's leadership FBB was recognized for excellence as one of the top 25 "Up and Coming" investment management firms nationwide by Forbes Magazine in October 2008. Susan prides herself on being an early adopter and was one of the first five Certified Financial Planners in the Washington Metro Area.

A regular commentator on CNBC and Fox Business, Susan speaks often to Washington area organizations about investing, philanthropy, and business leadership. Susan has been quoted in Business Week and the Wall Street Journal on numerous occasions.

An Army brat, Susan calls DC home having lived there as a toddler. She returned to graduate from Western High School (now Duke Ellington) in 1957, and has been a member of the Washington business community since 1964.

Active and passionate about her interests, Susan has served on the boards of Wilson College, her alma mater, and Heifer International. In 1999, she endowed a memorial to her husband, the Richard Alsina Fulton Center for Sustainable Living, a 50 acre farm for hands-on education regarding environmental issues and solutions. She is a member of Rachel's Network and has interests in the Rare Breeds Conservancy at the Smithsonian and in the conservation of the Chesapeake Bay.

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Susan Emma Owens Breakefield Fulton

Principal

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Susan is a co-founder and majority owner of FBB Capital Partners. Under Susan's leadership FBB was recognized for excellence as one of the top 25 "Up and Coming" investment management firms nationwide by Forbes Magazine in October 2008. Susan prides herself on being an early adopter and was one of the first five Certified Financial Planners in the Washington Metro Area.

A regular commentator on CNBC and Fox Business, Susan speaks often to Washington area organizations about investing, philanthropy, and business leadership. Susan has been quoted in Business Week and the Wall Street Journal on numerous occasions.

An Army brat, Susan calls DC home having lived there as a toddler. She returned to graduate from Western High School (now Duke Ellington) in 1957, and has been a member of the Washington business community since 1964.

Active and passionate about her interests, Susan has served on the boards of Wilson College, her alma mater, and Heifer International. In 1999, she endowed a memorial to her husband, the Richard Alsina Fulton Center for Sustainable Living, a 50 acre farm for hands-on education regarding environmental issues and solutions. She is a member of Rachel's Network and has interests in the Rare Breeds Conservancy at the Smithsonian and in the conservation of the Chesapeake Bay.

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Susan Emma Owens Breakefield Fulton

Principal

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Susan is a co-founder and majority owner of FBB Capital Partners. Under Susan's leadership FBB was recognized for excellence as one of the top 25 "Up and Coming" investment management firms nationwide by Forbes Magazine in October 2008. Susan prides herself on being an early adopter and was one of the first five Certified Financial Planners in the Washington Metro Area.

A regular commentator on CNBC and Fox Business, Susan speaks often to Washington area organizations about investing, philanthropy, and business leadership. Susan has been quoted in Business Week and the Wall Street Journal on numerous occasions.

An Army brat, Susan calls DC home having lived there as a toddler. She returned to graduate from Western High School (now Duke Ellington) in 1957, and has been a member of the Washington business community since 1964.

Active and passionate about her interests, Susan has served on the boards of Wilson College, her alma mater, and Heifer International. In 1999, she endowed a memorial to her husband, the Richard Alsina Fulton Center for Sustainable Living, a 50 acre farm for hands-on education regarding environmental issues and solutions. She is a member of Rachel's Network and has interests in the Rare Breeds Conservancy at the Smithsonian and in the conservation of the Chesapeake Bay.

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