Peter A. Shuper

Managing Director 

LPL Financial Advisor

Phone: 213-447-7588 


Peter has more than 22 years of experience in the financial services business. He started his Wall Street career at AXA-Advisors in 1999, where he led his Woodland Hills branch as Vice President in Pension Maximization for college and K-12 educators. From there he joined Crowell, Weedon & Co., one of the leading independent money management firms on the West Coast at the time. Employing a conservative, long-term approach to investing and continuing to hone his skills in financial planning, customized retirement strategies, investment advice, securities services to stocks, bond and mutual funds. From there, he spent over 12 years at Oppenheimer & Co., where he continued to practice and master his skills in the brokerage arena and income enhancement strategies.

Peter founded Shuper Wealth Management (SWM) in 2020, and is a Registered Representative with LPL Financial, the largest independent broker dealer in the U.S. (as reported by Financial Planning Magazine, June 1996-2020 based on total revenue), with the idea that providing fee-based, income enhancement strategies and active management portfolios is a healthier approach to weathering the storms that face the modern-day investor. “We're not in the money gathering business, we're in the money management business – so we manage our clients' money with individually tailored portfolio management and constant communication.” Simple holistic advice, no boiler plate asset allocation strategies, no investment banking, no proprietary trading and no in-house products.

Peter is the Senior Managing Director/Partner and Chief Executive Officer of Shuper Wealth Management. He is a former professional soccer player and very involved in youth sports, both with his children and volunteering as assistant coach for the College of the Canyons Men's Soccer team. He graduated from Pepperdine University and was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is a quasi-native Californian, having lived here since 1969.