Reggie Boyle began his financial career in 1979 in the City of London, England, where he was born. For the first five years, working for a British bank, Reggie was responsible for institutional clients in Europe, predominantly Holland, Switzerland, Germany and Sweden. He then moved to Japan to work with central banks throughout Asia, and large insurance companies. Reggie met his wife Susan, a Minnesota native, in Tokyo in 1985, and they moved from Japan to Minneapolis in 1991. They have two grown children, Georgina and Arthur. After working for Morgan Stanley and UBS in Minneapolis, he moved with his team to Wells Fargo Advisors in March, 2009.
Reggie's varied experiences over more than 30 years and on four continents give him a truly global perspective of financial markets and the different issues that influence them. This experience is important when helping clients to plan their investment strategy, and their future.
Reggie is an Officer Graduate of the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst, England, and subsequently served as a Regimental officer in the Coldstream Guards, both in the United Kingdom and overseas. He enjoys forestry, woodworking and construction, boating, cooking, and wine. Reggie serves on the Board of Trustees for The Museum of Russian Art in Minneapolis, is a past Executive Committee member of the University of Minnesota Amplatz Children's Hospital Philanthropic Board, and has also volunteered his time for Habitat for Humanity.