Originally from Marshall County, WV, Regina Rinehimer relocated to Southeastern, PA 26 years ago to begin her long career in the financial services industry.
As the eldest child in her very large family, Regina has spent her lifetime dedicated to helping others. She formed her sole financial practice during the 2008 financial crisis, demonstrating perseverance when the going gets tough.
Regina attended West Virginia Northern Community College in Wheeling, WV, and Pennsylvania State University, where she studied business and finance. Her 25-year career in financial services includes working for legacy firms that eventually became Wells Fargo Advisors.
Her ability to help clients address their financial concerns while developing strategies that focus on their individual and specific needs has been the basis of a dedicated approach to the personalization of comprehensive investment planning. While at Wells Fargo Advisors, she earned the distinction of being recognized as part of a select group of financial advisors who exceeded unique standards of care, including professionalism and education along with exceptional elements of client service.
With Kingsview Partners, Regina is a Partner and Wealth Manager, and as a member of a multi-location team, operates out of the Wyomissing, PA office.
Working under a fiduciary standard along with Kingsview’s multi-custodian, fee-based platform, she has the freedom to provide truly comprehensive client-centric strategies and services. These services include holistic financial planning, professional portfolio management, streamlined performance reporting, and collaboration with tax and legal professionals.
Regina is a champion to causes in the Greater Reading area and beyond that support families, and has a proven ability for extensive outreach when financial needs or supplies are required for community organizations. She has made a significant commitment to women’s professional development by mentoring college students and working with various organizations that promote scholarships and higher education. In 2007, she was honored nationally for her work in the community by Wachovia Securities. She has been highlighted on local television programs for her community work, and featured in the Reading Eagle newspaper and periodicals from the Greater Reading Chamber Alliance.
Regina and her husband Ted spend their free time with her growing family and friends. The light in her life comes from her daughter Leigh Anne, son-in-law Stefan, and her grandson, Peyton. She has another grandchild on the way, due in June 2021.