Jack Reuter, AAMS® joined wR2 Advisors as a Financial Advisor in October 2013. He has completed his Series 7, 66, Accredited Asset Management SpecialistSM, and Life/Accident/Heath insurance exams. Prior to working at Raymond James, Jack was an award winning English teacher in Madrid, Spain, worked as an intern for IE Business School in the sales and marketing of executive education programs, and was a credit manager at Wells Fargo Financial immediately following the great recession of 2008. As a student, he held a variety of part-time positions in construction, retail, and food service.
While focusing on his clients' individual financial objectives, Jack believes the most successful wealth management strategies look at the big picture. It is this comprehensive, solution-focused approach, delivered with constant personal attention and a commitment to his clients' best interests, that sets him apart.
Jack is dedicated to creating, managing, and preserving wealth for you, your family, and your business. By establishing a deep and valued relationship with his clients, he is able to gain a comprehensive understanding of their needs and goals. Jack works hard to enhance and preserve your investments, while assisting you in realizing your goals through long-term financial solutions using portfolio management, retirement planning (including IRAs and qualified retirement plans), estate planning, 529 education savings plans and more.
Jack grew up in Indianapolis and attended Cathedral High School where he participated in several student organizations and athletic teams. He was also an active member of Boy Scout Troop 443, where he achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. He later went on to receive his Bachelor of the Liberal Arts in English and History from Wabash College, where he became involved in various capacities with Kappa Sigma Fraternity, WNDY Radio, and the Sphinx Club. He currently lives on the northwest side of Indianapolis with his wife and daughter. He enjoys traveling, cooking, live music and comedy, and the outdoors.
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