Wes Yamamoto

Wes is a 2008 graduate of the The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He is a key
member of a Veritable team that manages $3 billion in liquid assets for several families. As an advisor to wealthy families, he actively develops and implements bespoke investment policy and asset allocation. Wes is a CFA® charterholder and a member of the CFA Society of Philadelphia. In a familiar story that reminds me of my early history with Kidder Peabody, Wes, after several successful years at Veritable, succumbed to the urge to explore life at another investment firm. Before he left, we told him he would be welcome back any time and six months later our wish came true. He has joined the ranks of a handful of ‘boomerangs’ at Veritable who are appreciated for their intrepid spirit and excellent judgement. Wes is a member of the board of directors of Breakthrough of GreaterPhiladelphia which helps low-income, middle school students build paths to college educations. He and his wife Anne (and their dog Finnegan) are devoted to everything Philadelphia.

Wes Yamamoto

Wes is a 2008 graduate of the The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He is a key
member of a Veritable team that manages $3 billion in liquid assets for several families. As an advisor to wealthy families, he actively develops and implements bespoke investment policy and asset allocation. Wes is a CFA® charterholder and a member of the CFA Society of Philadelphia. In a familiar story that reminds me of my early history with Kidder Peabody, Wes, after several successful years at Veritable, succumbed to the urge to explore life at another investment firm. Before he left, we told him he would be welcome back any time and six months later our wish came true. He has joined the ranks of a handful of ‘boomerangs’ at Veritable who are appreciated for their intrepid spirit and excellent judgement. Wes is a member of the board of directors of Breakthrough of GreaterPhiladelphia which helps low-income, middle school students build paths to college educations. He and his wife Anne (and their dog Finnegan) are devoted to everything Philadelphia.