Pat O'Brien

Senior Financial Advisor Pat O’Brien Has Been Named One Of The Top 100 St. Louisans To Know

St. Louis, MO– Pat O’Brien, a Senior Financial Advisor with Krilogy Financial® in St. Louis, has recently been named one of the Top 100 St. Louisans to Know by Small Business Monthly Magazine. O’Brien, also featured in February’s Krilogy Spotlight, has been in the industry for over ten years, working hard to earn the trust and respect of clients and…

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Krilogy Receives a Future 50 Award from St. Louis Small Business Monthly

On August 19, 2015, business leaders from across the region gathered to celebrate St. Louis’ Top Businesses at St. Louis Small Business Monthly’s Future 50 Awards Ceremony. Krilogy Financial was honored to be recognized for the firm’s growth, community involvement, and unique position in the St. Louis market. “Krilogy has experienced a great deal of growth since our founding in…

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Krilogy St. Charles Office

Krilogy News – August 2015

Krilogy Expands to St. Charles County with New Office in St. Peters This summer, Krilogy announced the opening of its office in St. Charles County, expanding the wealth management firm’s presence in the region and providing convenient access to clients in the region. Krilogy St. Charles is located at 1 Mid Rivers Mall Drive at Interstate 70 where it occupies…

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100 St. Louisans to Know 2014

Kent Skornia Krilogy Financial Kent Skornia is the founder of Krilogy Financial, a financial services firm that is focused on developing customized wealth management strategies for today’s investor. Skornia and his team have expertise centralized within three key building blocks of financial success: financial planning, portfolio management and insurance services. As head of a small organization with focused service offerings,…

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Jaime Shelton

Jaime Shelton Named in SBM’s Top Executives 2013

After pursuing a few different career options directly out of college, Jaime Shelton met Kent Skornia. Although she did not know it then, the meeting would shape her career. “At the time, Kent was a financial advisor for another firm in St. Louis and I began working with him as his administrative assistant,” she says. Soon Skornia asked Shelton to…

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