Wealth management professionals
Client Strategies Team
The Client Strategies Team is a resource to help support you in your wealth planning goals, developing a strong understanding of your personal financial objectives, gathering valuable information and addressing complex financial and wealth strategies issues. Explore the bios below to learn more about the team.
As a trust consultant, Aaron specializes in personal trust planning and assists in the movement of client trust assets, provides educational and technical guidance relating to personal trusts and advises clients on opportunities with third-party professional trust partners.
Brian spearheads the collaborative efforts of the Client Strategies Team support for your financial advisor. He is part of a multi-disciplinary group of professionals who provide guidance on investment management, estate planning services, credit solutions, insurance and annuity strategies, professional trustee services and trust consulting, retirement solutions, capital markets engagement, banking solutions and more. Called upon for support at various times throughout your wealth management journey, Brian works diligently to address clients’ unique situations.
Bruce serves as a resource for your financial advisor in determining and developing wealth transfer strategies for high-net-worth clients in areas including estate strategies, lifetime giving, personal trust planning, charitable giving, concentrated equity position diversification and employee stock options. In this role, Bruce partners with financial advisors to meet with individual clients and their attorneys and/or accountants, as well as present at client seminars.
Aleksandra partners with financial advisors to provide customized lending solutions for high-net-worth clients, trusts and personal holding companies. She provides commendations on how the strategic use of credit can help clients meet a variety of wealth accumulation and liquidity management goals, including real estate purchases, bridge financing and refinancing existing high-cost debt.