Head of Wealth Planning
RBC Wealth Management–U.S.
Angie O’Leary is head of Wealth Planning at RBC Wealth Management–U.S. With the support of her team, Angie focuses on helping clients live life with more clarity and confidence through goals-based planning delivered by skilled financial advisors.
With more than 25 years of experience in the financial services industry, Angie most recently served as head of Investment Solutions for U.S. Bank Wealth Management. In that role, she was responsible for investment product management, desktop tools and digital investment capabilities. She also oversaw the business line’s mutual fund and insurance product distribution relationships. Prior to U.S. Bank, Angie held leadership positions at UBS and Piper Jaffray. She joined RBC Wealth Management in 2017.
She sits on several industry roundtables and advisory boards and is often asked to contribute her expertise. Angie has authored numerous white papers, published articles and is active in the media and press. She has a passion for financial literacy and is a strong advocate for women and their financial success.
Angie earned a bachelor’s degree in business finance from San Jose State University and has completed coursework toward a master’s in accounting from Santa Clara University. She’s active in her community, serving as an executive board member for the Wayside Recovery Center—a treatment center for women and their families recovering from substance abuse. She also dedicates time to family mission work in Haiti.
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