Trevor, an Investment Advisor Representative, has been in the financial services industry since 1999. He played football for the University of Arizona where he graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Communications, and earned a Master’s of Business Administration through the University of Phoenix. Trevor attained the AIF® designation, which is the mark of commitment to a standard of investment fiduciary excellence. He was recognized as one of the 'Most Admired Leaders' by the Phoenix Business Journal in 2018, one of ’35 Arizona Entrepreneurs under 35’ by the Arizona Republic in 2011, and has been among the Top 15 Advisors out of more than 1,200 Cetera Advisors each year since 2012. Trevor specializes in providing clients with diverse products and services to help pursue their goals but also constructed a network of business partners to provide a truly unique in-house experience.
With Trevor as the Managing Director, Wilde Wealth Management Group has been recognized by NABCAP as a Premier Advisory Firm and has been ranked by Barron’s as a Top Advisor* each year since 2009, most recently ranked #1 in the state of Arizona. The firm also sponsors the Run for Broxton and Briggs 4 Kidz, is a host site for Cell Phones for Soldiers, and remains committed to charitable causes in and around the valley through their Wilde for Arizona™ Community Outreach Program.
Trevor and his wife Meghan live in Scottsdale with their 4 daughters – Peyton, Presley, Piper, and Paige.
Check out Trevor's profile in Barron's directory of America's Top 1,200 Financial Advisors: https://www.barrons.com/directory/trevor-wilde
*Listings in the above publication is not a guarantee of success or future performance. Barron's Top Advisor has 3 major components: assets manages, revenue produced and quality of practice. Investment returns are not a component of the rankings because an advisor's returns are dictated largely by the risk tolerance of clients. The quality of practice component includes an evaluation of each advisor's regulatory record. Working with a highly rated advisor does not ensure that a client or prospective client will experience a higher level of performance or results.