Oxford Harriman Saratoga County Office, New York
Saratoga County Leadership
Chuck Reinemann serves as a Managing Director and Executive Vice President of Oxford Harriman & Company, as well as serving as a member of the practice’s investment policy committee. Chuck understands the complexity of wealth management and the importance of money related to one’s self and family. Chuck brings more than 30 years of experience and knowledge to his clients.
Dennis understands that wealth management is more than just the wide range of financial services and solutions you can access through Oxford Harriman & Company; it is how those services and solutions are developed and delivered in order to help you pursue your goals. That’s why he helps to oversee a customized approach to wealth management, built on a personal relationship and shaped by an understanding of your needs and aspirations.
282 Ushers Road
Clifton Park, NY 12065
Saratoga County Office
Oxford Harriman & Company is built on the concept of a strategic relationship between practice and client — one designed to help investors accumulate, preserve and transfer wealth through a collaborative and strategic approach. Not just wealth management…non-discriminatory wealth management.
Our private wealth management clients are selected based on the unique financial needs of their families, as opposed to specific targets for net worth. Many practices require private wealth management relationships to include only those families with a minimum net worth of $5,000,000 to $25,000,000.
Not at Oxford Harriman & Company.
A Collaborative Decision
We believe the decision to use sophisticated wealth management strategies should be a collaborative decision between client and advisor. Our consultative approach to each relationship begins with understanding your unique financial needs, including your goals and tolerance for risk.
The Three Core Areas of Wealth Management
Each private wealth management relationship includes a strategic focus in the three core areas that define the progression of most investor’s financial lives:
- Wealth Accumulation
- Wealth Conservation
- Wealth Transfer
More focused initiatives include risk and investment management and liquidity planning through alternative investments, charitable giving, access to banking through Wells Fargo Affiliates and corporate executive services.