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Brandon Glasscock

(Formerly Wells Fargo Advisors / Private Bank)

About Brandon

Brandon led a long career that spanned both the Private Bank and the PCG Channel of Wells Fargo. The decision to leave Wells Fargo meant that Brandon would need to choose both a custodian and partners that could help to support his significant book of business built of high net-worth clients with both unique needs and complex strategies.

Brandon discusses his transition and the preparation work done by the associates and partners of WPA.

Learn more about Brandon and his practice on his WPA Page: 

Wealth Partners Alliance, LLC (“WPA”) is an independent wealth management organization founded by Financial Advisors and built for Financial Advisors to leverage technology, resources, and strategic partnerships in order to help deliver superior client service and financial outcomes.   


As an independent practice, we provide Financial Advisors with quality wealth platform and practice management tools to deliver optimal results and experiences.    


WPA has set out to develop a business framework for Advisors to distinguish themselves through independent thinking, transparency, and discretion on behalf of their clients.


Founded by like-minded Financial Advisors with over 100 years combined experience at some of the world’s largest banks and wealth management firms, the Founding Partners agree that each client relationship is unique to the Advisor and forged with shared core values of trust and compassion.    


WPA was created on the premise that successful Advisors are those that have the necessary tools, resources and networks at their disposal to diagnose and solve for client’s complex and challenging needs.  


Our value proposition is to provide that of an enhanced culture and a holistic wealth management company led by Advisors on behalf of Advisors, allowing them to do their job independently through a network of shared resources.  

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