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Adam Cox named to ABA's 40 Under 40 in Wealth Management

Adam Cox named to ABA's 40 Under 40 in Wealth Management

We’ve always known that we have the best and brightest teammates here at First National, and the American Bankers Association (ABA) agrees! We’re excited to share that our Chief Wealth Management Officer, Adam Cox, has been named to the ABA’s inaugural 40 Under 40 in Wealth Management. We’re proud of his commitment to his clients and his work in our community.

After being born and raised in South Dakota, Adam ventured through the Midwest to earn an extensive education, including his undergraduate degree from the University of South Dakota, J.D. from the University of St. Thomas School of Law, and M.B.A. from the University of Notre Dame.

As the capstone to a career dedicated to the trust and investment fields, he joined First National Wealth Management in 2016 as the Chief Wealth Management Officer, and has since led the 43-person Wealth Management division to achieve impressive growth, administering more than $5.3 billion in assets.

In addition to providing strategic oversight, he shares his knowledge and passion for finance as the host of Common Cents on the Prairie™, First National’s financial education podcast, to provide timely, relevant financial advice. Outside of his work, he serves on the boards for Volunteers of America – Dakotas and the University of South Dakota’s Farber Fund.

We agree with the ABA that Adam is an outstanding leader and are excited for what’s ahead. If you’d like help managing your money from our team of experts like Adam, send us a note.

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