Baird Adds Veteran Financial Advisor Team in Portland, Maine

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Baird has announced that The Glenn Group has joined its Portland, Maine, wealth management office.

The team, which includes Financial Advisors Robert Glenn, Vice President, and Chad Schuman, has a combined 40 years of financial industry experience.

'We are very pleased Robert and Chad have decided to continue their careers with Baird in Portland', said Mark Stevanovic, Senior Vice President, Branch Manager of the Portland office. 'Their dedication to client success and high integrity makes them a great fit for our culture'.

Glenn started his career in the financial services industry as an account executive at Kidder, Peabody & Co., Inc. in 1984. He then became an investment officer at A.G. Edwards in 1994, moving to Wachovia and Wells Fargo as a result of company mergers. Glenn holds a bachelor’s degree in geology from The University of Florida. He resides in Harpswell, Maine, with his wife Phyllis. They have two children.

Schuman began in the financial services industry as an account representative at MetLife Financial Services of Maine. He then became an investment officer at A.G. Edwards, moving to Wachovia and Wells Fargo as a result of company mergers. Schuman holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from The University of Rochester. Active in his community, Schuman volunteers his time coaching youth soccer and is a member of the investment oversight committee at Maine Life Care Retirement Community. He resides in Brunswick, Maine, and has three children.

Baird has added more than 275 Financial Advisors and Branch Managers to its Private Wealth Management group since the beginning of 2009, the vast majority of whom are industry veterans. Beyond adding talent, Baird has opened wealth management offices in markets including Charlotte, N.C.; Sarasota, Fla.; Portland, Maine; Salt Lake City; Fort Worth, Texas; and Portland, Ore.

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