Bryan's Qualifications

 

Bryan Thies has been a Financial Advisor with Waddell & Reed in Great Falls since 1987. He obtained the CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ certification from the College of Financial Planning in 1993. Bryan graduated in 1986 with a degree in Business from Northern Montana College, Havre. 

Bryan considers earning the CFP® designation a significant accomplishment. The financial planning process is a personalized, long-term endeavor that demands an understanding of an often-complex investment landscape. To learn more about what it means to hold the CFP® mark, visit the CFP website at www.cfp.net.* 

Bryan possesses a strong work ethic and an intense desire to help others pursue their financial goals. In his community, he is committed to organizations that reflect his interests. Bryan’s commitment to service has helped expand his client base through referrals from clients.   

Bryan lives in Great Falls with his wife Anita. He has three sons: two in Missoula, MT and one in Bozeman, MT.  His favorite pastime is enjoying the great outdoors in Montana. He enjoys spending time hunting and fishing with his family, and friends.  Most weekends are spent working, hunting, camping and making improvements on their ranch property east of Cascade, Montana. Bryan also enjoys collecting old fishing tackle.
 

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