Bringing more than 17 years of industry experience to his clients, Nick Priddy manages his independent practice at Kingsview Partners in Huntingdon, Tennessee.
Driven by a passion for advising his clients in a transparent, understandable way, Nick is thankful to be aligned with an independent Registered Investment Advisory Firm, where he operates under a fiduciary standard. Along with the benefits garnered by Kingsview’s multi-custodian, fee-based platform, he also has the freedom to provide truly client-centric strategies. Mr. Priddy’s comprehensive suite of services includes holistic financial planning, professional portfolio management, streamlined performance reporting and collaboration with tax and legal professionals.
After graduating from the University of Tennessee at Martin with a B.S. in Engineering and a minor in Business Administration, Nick found his true calling in cultivating a consistent process for long-term financial success. He understands the importance of stability and dedication, and worked with Edward Jones for 17 years before joining Kingsview. Nick also holds an AAMS and prides himself on the application of Christian principles to his craft.
Away from the office, Nick’s personal interests stay true to the values and interests of Tennessee. When he’s not in the office curating his clients’ financial security, Nick can be found raising registered Angus cattle and competing in rodeos and roping events throughout the state.
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