About

How it all started:
Andy Wiegand figured out early on what he didn’t want to do as an entrepreneur. Starting as a budgetary manager for a major aerospace company, he found the work was rife with “intentional inefficiency” – deliberately wasting excess funds in order to keep budgets artificially inflated. Later, working for a broker-dealer that was growing bigger and more commercial, he heard a coworker remark that he probably wouldn’t recognize his clients if he met them on the street.

Disenchanted with the inefficient and impersonal world of corporate finance, Andy left it in 1985 to found Wiegand Financial Group. He went on to specialize in highly personal, professional wealth management that his clients couldn’t easily find at larger firms.
Fast-forward to 2011,
when Andy received a call one day from a young financial advisor who – instead of asking for tips on market strategy, portfolio management or compliance loopholes – was curious about the ethical aspects of financial advising. That caught Andy’s attention.
 
That young advisor was Graham Miller, and although not looking for a job at the time, he ended up joining Andy soon thereafter. Then, once Andy finally got his own retirement in 2019, he handed the reins over to Graham.  

After 35 years in the business, Wiegand Financial Group still lives and dies on the principles that it was founded upon, combining incisive financial insight with a highly personal approach. We don’t have nearly as many clients as most other advising firms – but the ones we do have feel the difference.
How it all started:
Andy Wiegand figured out early on what he didn’t want to do as an entrepreneur. Starting as a budgetary manager for a major aerospace company, he found the work was rife with “intentional inefficiency” – deliberately wasting excess funds in order to keep budgets artificially inflated. Later, working for a broker-dealer that was growing bigger and more commercial, he heard a coworker remark that he probably wouldn’t recognize his clients if he met them on the street.

Disenchanted with the inefficient and impersonal world of corporate finance, Andy left it in 1985 to found Wiegand Financial Group. He went on to specialize in highly personal, professional wealth management that his clients couldn’t easily find at larger firms.
Fast-forward to 2011,
when Andy received a call one day from a young financial advisor who – instead of asking for tips on market strategy, portfolio management or compliance loopholes – was curious about the ethical aspects of financial advising. That caught Andy’s attention.
 
That young advisor was Graham Miller, and although not looking for a job at the time, he ended up joining Andy soon thereafter. Then, once Andy finally got his own retirement in 2019, he handed the reins over to Graham.  

After 35 years in the business, Wiegand Financial Group still lives and dies on the principles that it was founded upon, combining incisive financial insight with a highly personal approach. We don’t have nearly as many clients as most other advising firms – but the ones we do have feel the difference.

Our Four Pillars of Wealth Management

It may seem cliche to say that we “put our customers first” – but that means a lot in the world of financial management, where firms sometimes get more focused on gaining new clients than on serving the ones they already have.

At Wiegand Financial Group, we make that cliche a reality through four specific traits:
Creative

Creativity

We love to think outside the box and find solutions to unique problems. Your convoluted executive compensation, eclectic portfolio or touchy drawdown schedule just might be our specialty.
Strategic

Strategy

Money is just money if you don’t put it to good use. It’s a tool, and we’re determined to make it perform for you by orienting our skills toward your goals.
Committed

Commitment

Good financial planning – and retirement planning – is all about the long game. So we do our homework, form a strategy and stick to it. We’re not into fast-paced day trading, and we’re unafraid of short-term expenses if they bring long-term benefit.
Confident

Trustworthiness

A financial advisor must be competent and ethical, so we aim for both. We give our clients more personalized attention by deliberately keeping our practice small, and ensure that their interests are prioritized over our own growth.
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Wiegand Financial

Call Us

+1 (206) 932-5890

Fax

+1 (360) 685-7724

Address

121 Lakeside Avenue, Suite B,
Seattle WA 98122


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Wiegand Financial Group, 121 Lakeside Ave. Suite B, Seattle WA 98122

+1 (206) 932-5890
121 Lakeside Avenue Suite B,
Seattle WA 98122

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