With over 47 years of accounting and business experience, Lindsay has dedicated over 18 years of experience in the financial services industry to provide knowledgeable financial guidance for his clients. As a team, Lindsay and Chuck Sherman design and manage investment portfolios tailored to the needs and long-term objectives of families, individuals and businesses. Diligent and personable, he enjoys working closely with each client throughout the financial planning process.
Before joining Raymond James, Lindsay was a senior vice president with Wells Fargo Advisors, where he was named a Premiere Advisor for six consecutive years. The Premier Advisor designation is held by a select group of financial advisors within Wells Fargo Advisors as measured by performance, completion of educational components, and professionalism. Prior to that he spent more than 20 years as president of a regional grain exporter managing six grain elevators based on the Mississippi River.
Lindsay began his professional career as an accountant with an accounting firm in Paducah, KY before joining the Kentucky Department of Revenue as a Principal Revenue Auditor where he specialized in multi-state corporate income tax. Lindsay earned a bachelor’s degree in accountancy from Murray State University.
An active member of his community, Lindsay serves on the board of directors for the Midsouth Grain Inspection Service, Midsouth Grain Association and the Wellsgate Home Owners Association. He is a member of the University of Mississippi Vaught Society and the Oxford Rotary Club, as a Paul Harris Fellow.
Lindsay enjoys spending time with his wife Neicy, his two children, Mark Reid and Adair Laney, and their families, Daughter-in-Law Becky Reid, Son-in-Law Dr. Cal Laney and his grandchildren, Collier Reid, Cadyn Reid, Jack Laney, Lucy Laney and Reid Laney. In his spare time, as a licensed commercial pilot, he enjoys flying airplanes, boating on Pickwick Lake and attending many Ole Miss events.
Originally from Symsonia, Kentucky, Lindsay has lived in Mississippi since 1978.