Douglas A. DiDominica

Douglas A. DiDominica

CEO & Founding Partner

Doug DiDominica credits everything he has learned – and earned – in life to the crucible of entrepreneurship. As the son of parents who grew a small roadside flower stand into a multi-million-dollar retail enterprise, Doug bore witness to both the rewards of discipline and hard work and the challenges and pressures - both expected and otherwise - that must be delicately balanced to find long-term success as a business owner. Doug began his career as a financial advisor in 1996. 

Always eager for the next professional challenge, Doug accepted an opportunity to leverage his leadership skills as the head of a team of talented advisors in the metropolitan New York and New England regions at a Fortune 500 financial services firm. Doug excelled in his new role and enjoyed coaching advisors through launching their own practices. He ultimately rose to a position in which he led more than 400 advisors across 14 states throughout his 16-year tenure.

In 2023, Doug returned to his entrepreneurial roots and founded Imperity. Since he began his career, Doug has coached and helped launch hundreds of financial professionals’ practices. His inspiration for Imperity was to continue that tradition while providing fellow advisors with a partner firm that could support their need for independence while still providing the culture, coaching, and camaraderie that is so often missing after an advisor chooses an independent path for their business.

Doug’s experience as a financial advisor, team leader, and entrepreneur enables him to serve the unique needs of business owners and has given him a deep understanding of the trials and tribulations his clients face. He’s energized by the opportunity to help these fellow entrepreneurs, who, like his father, strive to create a better life for their families, executives, and employees.

Outside the office, Doug is a dedicated father of six and a proud grandfather of two. He is an avid hockey player/coach, outdoorsman, and community advocate. He resides in the waterfront hamlet of Massapequa, NY, with his wonderful wife, Kristin, their four youngest sons, and their beloved dog, Rudy.