Doug Propeck, is a skilled leader, mentor and coach to financial advisors. He has an extensive history of success in developing highly effective financial advisors.
Doug began in the financial services business in 1986 working as a financial advisor at a national firm located in the Midwest. Later, Doug spent over 20 years at a global financial services firm where he held several management positions including Branch Manager, Divisional Manager, Chief Marketing Officer, and Divisional Executive Vice President.
Doug’s client practice focuses in the areas of retirement planning, estate planning strategies, business succession planning, and asset management. He has significant experience working with institutional, corporate, and individual clients.
Doug holds a BSBA in Finance from the University of Missouri-Columbia. He has served on the Finance Council of St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Parish, and as Chair of that Council. He is currently the Chair of the St. Michael the Archangel Endowment Board of Trustees. Doug has been inducted into the Herbert J. Davenport Society of the College of Business at the University of Missouri. He has served as “Professor for a Day” at Missouri’s College of Business on several occasions, and is currently a member of the College’s Management Advisory Board.
Throughout his career, Doug has remained deeply committed to educating his clients about the decisions behind every investment. He also strives to continue building authentic relationships with clients and provide personalized service to his clients and advisors.
Doug and his beloved wife, Sherrie, are the proud parents of Jake and Megan. When he isn’t supporting his clients, Doug can be found on the golf course perfecting his swing.