Grant Williams is the Financial Adviser for Pinnacle Bank Investment Services covering the Scottsdale, Prescott and Flagstaff markets. He has 15 years of industry experience with a certification as a Certified Wealth Strategist. Grant works with individuals, businesses, and high net-worth families to listen to each of their unique situations and put together financial plans that encompass all of their financial goals. He has made a career out of being approachable and great communication with his clients.
Grant has worked in many different roles within the financial industry and is well rounded in regard to looking at client’s whole financial picture. He partners with his clients to build a goal based financial plan to help clients envision their future with confidence so they can enjoy life and retirement. He wants clients to use him as a resource for any financial discussions or needs so he can help navigate and educate clients on possible solutions.
Grant was born in the mountains of Colorado and grew up in the town of Fort Collins. He went to school at the University of Kansas for 3 years and finished at University of Louisville. He played baseball at both universities and for a couple years after that. Baseball brought him out to Arizona and once finished, decided to stay. He now lives in Phoenix with his wife Sarah and two boys Tate and Burke. In his free time Grant enjoys running, exercising, playing golf and watching his sons play sports.
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