Preston McSwain is a managing partner and founder of Fiduciary Wealth Partners, which is an SEC registered investment advisor. He is a frequent speaker on wealth management, investment and fiduciary topics and is a regular writer and contributor to financial publications.
Previously, Preston held a number of senior leadership positions at investment management and trust companies, including serving as a managing director of Neuberger Berman, where he founded the private asset management division in New England. Earlier in his career, Preston founded a Trust Company for a regional bank and assisted in the launch of a bank mutual fund division.
Preston McSwain is a leader of many not-for-profit organizations including serving on the Board of The Pioneer Institute, on the Board of Overseers of the Peabody Essex Museum, as the Treasurer of Church of the Redeemer in Chestnut Hill and as a founder of Boston Preparatory Charter Public School. He is also a member of the Economic Club of New York.
Preston received a B.S. in Finance with a concentration in Investment Management from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, where he received the Outstanding Alumni Award from the school of business in 2006.
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