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“I was raised on Molokai where we all looked after one another. Molokai is about family, ohana; helping each other through life. Helping people achieve their financial goals just feels natural.”

Bradley F. Totherow, CFP


Perhaps no one on our team embraces the concept of ohana, or family, like Brad does. Whether he’s cooking, traveling, or hanging out with his wife and kids, it’s all about ohana – helping each other through life. And he’s been bringing that philosophy to Cadinha clients every day for 30 years.

Brad joined Cadinha & Company in 1988 as a research analyst and has held many positions within the firm including President, CEO and Chief Investment Officer. Currently, Brad concentrates his time developing individual equity ideas and is a member of Cadinha’s investment team. He also serves as one of six portfolio managers responsible for implementing the firm’s strategies into client portfolios. He holds a B.S. in business administration from Colorado State University and in 2005 earned the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) designation.

Brad has served on many nonprofit boards including Duke Kahanamoku, Kupu Hawaii, which serves the growing needs in training our next generation of youth, Kapiolani Health Foundation, which raises funds to improve health care services for the Women and Children of Hawaii, and the Outdoor Circle, whose mission is to protect and preserve our beautiful Hawaiian environment.

Brad’s greatest passion is his family. A close second, though, is the ocean. As a waterman, the ocean is his source of calm. During the financial crisis of 2008 he recalls driving home not knowing if the markets would even open the next day. He finishes that thought with, “But at the end of the day, I knew I had the ocean to soothe my soul.”

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