Laura Bruce CFP®, ChFC®
Laura joined APCM in 2007 as the Director of Client Relations for the Institutional team and transitioned to her role as Owner/Director of APCM Wealth Management for Individuals when it was formed in 2014. She has over 25 years of broadly diversified investment management and financial industry experience. Laura began her career with Bank of America where she started as a loan officer and progressed to branch manager and then Vice President of the Private Bank. She then honed her securities skills as a stockbroker for Wachovia Securities (now Wells Fargo Advisors) and served as a trust officer for First National Bank Alaska. She currently heads a team of financial planners who develop financial solutions to take the worry out of retirement and when life throws you the unexpected.
Throughout the years Laura has served on numerous community boards and is currently the Chair of the University of Alaska Foundation. When she’s not guiding clients to retirement or volunteering, Laura enjoys spending time with her family at their cabin up north and having adventures with her family which includes her giant sheepadoodle, Bindi and miniature rescue dog, Wallace.
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, BBA
University for International Studies, Madrid Spain
CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™, American College
Chartered Financial Consultant®, American College
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