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Walter Park

Portfolio Manager

MBA, University of Texas at San Antonio
BBA (Finance), Texas Tech University

Walter joined the company in 2013 and works as a portfolio manager in our San Antonio office. He is involved in multiple areas of wealth management, focused primarily on investment/ client performance reporting. He is also responsible for trading, asset allocation & implementation, and auditing the in-house fixed income portfolios.

Walter attended Texas Tech University where he received his undergraduate degree in 2009 with a Bachelor of Business Administration concentrated in finance. He graduated from the master’s program at the University of Texas at San Antonio where he received his Masters in Business Administration with a concentration in finance.

San Antonio

755 East Mulberry Suite 400, San Antonio, TX 78212

(210) 352-2410

Birmingham

600 University Park Place Suite 200, Birmingham, AL 35209

(205) 730-5100

Corpus Christi

800 North Shoreline Blvd. Suite 1701 S, Corpus Christi, TX 78401

(361) 881-8222

Dallas

3838 Oak Lawn Avenue Suite 1715, Dallas, Texas 75219

(469) 708-3110

755 East Mulberry Suite 400, San Antonio, TX 78212

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