A native of Cincinnati Ohio, Peter Hiltz is an Accredited Asset Management Specialist and a Financial Advisor.
Passionate about helping others, Peter is an active participant in the local community and avid supporter of non-profits. His involvement includes being the current chairman of the Foundation for Talbert House, board member of the Greater Cincinnati Chapter of the American Red Cross, board member of Wasson Way, and vice president of The Ken Anderson Alliance. He is also a trustee of the Harold C. Schott Foundation. Peter has been recognized as a young leader within his community by both the Cincinnati Business Courier and Venue Media. Peter is a graduate of the University of Kentucky where he obtained a degree in Business Administration.
After graduation, Peter began his career in the NFL, working as an executive for the Cincinnati Bengals in 2003. In 2010 he joined Wells Fargo Advisors where he focused on comprehensive wealth management for foundations.
Today, Peter operates his own independent financial planning and investment management practice through Kingsview Partners where he is personally involved in the development, implementation and ongoing monitoring of each financial plan. He places a high priority on ongoing client communication and ensures information is delivered in a way that is tailored to both client needs and preference.
In his free time, Peter enjoys spending time with his wife Kassey and son Hudson.
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