Craig Riley : Wealth Advisor

Craig has over 25 years of experience as a Financial Representative and Registered Investment Advisor, as well as an extensive background in health care administration and insurance. He brings an understanding of how important proper financial planning and appropriate wealth management can assist in a quality life style for his clients, as well as the importance of proper planning for asset transfer to the next generation or to other charitable entities.  

Craig has owned and operated a chain of nursing facilities and a home health agency and currently provides ongoing consultation to physician clinics on medicare and long term care issues. This business background has given him the hands on experience to assist independent business owners in reviewing and planning their long term financial strategies.

Jo Layne McDow : Wealth Advisor


In 1982, Jo Layne McDow began her career in investment consulting at Smith Barney where she worked first as an assistant to three brokers.  While at Smith Barney, Jo Layne earned a license as a registered broker.  She was the first assistant to become a registered broker in the Eugene, Oregon office of Smith Barney.

In 1984 Jo Layne was hired by US National Bank of Oregon as a Municipal Bond Specialist.  During her 11 years with US National Bank, Jo Layne was awarded highest honors for several years by US Bank’s CEOs.

In 1994, Jo Layne began a 16 year association with what is now known as RBC Wealth Management (Royal Bank of Canada) as a financial consultant.

In 2010, Jo Layne joined in a partnership with Gordon Martin in private practice where she continues to advise prudent investors planning and executing a path to their financial well-being.

Jo Layne enjoys jogging on the many trails in and around Eugene.  Her other pastimes include travel, book club and relaxing at her Yachats, Oregon cottage. 

Gordon Martin : Wealth Advisor


Dating from 1979, Gordon Martin provides prudent clients with over 35 years of experience.  Strong values, persistence and steadfast character are the corner stones of Gordon’s career. He has deep and broad experience advising investors who are accumulating, growing, and finally, using their investments during retirement.

In 1972 Gordon graduated from Puget Sound University in Tacoma, Washington, with a degree in Business Administration.  

From 1973 through 1976 Gordon was an administrative assistant at Timberlane Lumber Co, a lumber wholesaler in Eugene Oregon.

In 1976 through 1979 Gordon worked as a loan officer with Citizens Bank of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon.

In 1979 Gordon received his initial training in personal investment consulting at Smith Barney in New York City.  He returned to Eugene and entered a partnership with his brother, King Martin, where they worked together at Smith Barney and Shearson until Gordon opened his private office in 1990 where he continues to advise clients today.

Born and raised in Eugene, Oregon, Gordon’s family has deep roots in Oregon.  His great, great grandfather, Thomas Condon, was one of the first of only three professors who helped found the University of Oregon.  Condon Fossil Beds near John Day, Oregon are named after Thomas Condon for his many contributions to the sciences of archeology and anthropology.

Gordon has two happy and successful children, Garrett and Jennifer.  He enjoys sharing his love of technical skiing, mountaineering and fly fishing with them.