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Josh Gimpelson

Senior Vice President - Branch Director, Consulting Group

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After graduating from The George Washington University in Washington D.C., Josh and his wife moved from Washington D.C. to Western Montana. Josh began his career with Oppenheimer and Company in 2002 as a junior partner on a financial advisor team specializing in managing assets and portfolio for executives/employees of small-cap energy and pharmaceutical companies across the country. After joining Smith Barney in 2005 and subsequently UBS Financial Services in 2008, Josh expanded his practice to include a team specializing in comprehensive wealth and financial management. 

Over the last eight years, Josh has worked closely with technology executives, business owners, and professionals via comprehensive financial planning, including stock option analysis, concentrated stock position strategies, tax efficient investment practices and estate planning. Josh believes in making his clients lives easier and more fulfilling. Over his career, Josh has learned that it’s the people you surround yourself with who truly elevate your life. This is what Josh aims to do in his financial services practice. While based in Missoula, Montana, he spends time working with clients throughout the west and spends a significant amount of time in the San Francisco Bay Area and Seattle. 

Josh holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in business and information systems from George Washington University, where he was a four-year member and captain of the water polo team. Originally from St. Louis, Missouri, Josh and his wife, Megan, have two children and live in Missoula. Josh loves Montana and anything outdoors. He can often be found at local ski area, Montana Snowbowl, skinning up a backcountry peak or trail running through Glacier National Park. He is involved with several nonprofits including the Missoula Art Museum, Missoula Food Bank and Five Valleys Land Trust.