Bringing 30 years of industry experience to his clients, Wealth Manager and Partner Randal Nesmith operates his independent practice at Kingsview Partners in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
Mr. Nesmith grew up in the small rural farming community of Nesmith, South Carolina, ultimately graduating from the University of South Carolina with a degree in Data Processing. Choosing a career in the Financial Services industry early on, Randal has found great fulfillment in helping clients manage their investments and financial lives. Over the last three decades, he has worked for several wall street firms, including Wachovia, A.G. Edwards, and Wells Fargo.
Randal’s favorite aspect of working with clients is helping them meet their financial needs by developing investment plans around their long-term goals and risk tolerance. He is thankful to now be aligned with a truly independent Registered Investment Advisory Firm and operates under a fiduciary standard.
Along with Kingsview’s multi-custodian, fee-based platform, he has the freedom to truly provide comprehensive client-centric strategies and services which include holistic financial planning, professional portfolio management, streamlined performance reporting and collaboration with tax and legal professionals.
Living in Myrtle Beach for the last 35 years, Randal enjoys traveling, reading, spending time with great friends and an occasional round of golf. Remaining involved in the community he has served on the boards of the Coastal Samaritan Counseling Center, First United Methodist Church of Myrtle Beach, the Myrtle Beach Education Foundation, and the Myrtle Beach Seahawks Booster Club.
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