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Regis Ruane, CFP®

Wealth Advisor

Regis Ruane focuses on providing clients with financial solutions, including portfolio and estate planning at United Capital Financial Advisors.

Regis has over 25 years of financial services experience. He began his career at Merrill Lynch, providing portfolio strategy advice to high-net-worth individuals. Regis moved to Shearson Lehman and later Tucker Anthony, broadening his financial focus to include small businesses. In 2003, he joined what is now United Capital.

Regis received a Bachelor of Science from Clarion University. He is also a long-standing member of the Financial Planning Association and holds a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ designation.

Regis resides in Monroeville, Pennsylvania, and is married with two daughters and a granddaughter. He is an avid golfer who also enjoys reading and traveling in his spare time.

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