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Adam Longlais Chief Investment Officer Senior Vice President

Adam Longlais, CFA®, CAIA® is a Senior Vice President and Chief Investment Officer of Nicolet Wealth Management. Adam has 20 years of experience in identifying attractive investment opportunities in various capital markets. He has a wide ranging scope of experience encompassing investment research, portfolio construction, and trading at various leading financial institutions.  Adam leads the Nicolet Wealth Management Investment Committee, and by doing so, is able to serve all clients.

Adam lives in De Pere with his wife and two children. They enjoy family time and are involved in various outdoor activities.

Adam received his BBA in Finance from the Lubar School of Business at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and an MBA in Finance and Accounting from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. He holds both CFA and CAIA professional designations. He enjoys solving complex financial situations with practical portfolio solutions.

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