Kyle brings more than 25 years of wide-ranging experience in the financial services industry to McLean. His seasoned perspective on how to help clients meet their financial goals is supported by his team’s ability to develop and implement client centered wealth management plans that include investment and retirement planning as well as charitable giving and legacy planning strategies. Prior to joining McLean, he held several positions at Charles Schwab Co., including divisional operation vice president, regional vice president, branch and call team manager, and senior investment specialist. Kyle began his career at EF Hutton on the operations side of the business.
- B.A. University of Virginia
Professional Designations and Associations
- RETIREMENT INCOME CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL (RICP®)
- CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™
- Financial Planning Certificate, College for Financial Planning, Denver, Colorado
- Five-Star Wealth Manager, 2015, Washington Post Magazine
Greatest Professional Satisfaction
I enjoy being part of a team that helps clients in a variety of ways. In baseball terms— going 3 for 5 in a win.
Greatest Personal Satisfaction
Traveling and experiencing new things with my family
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