As the founder of Correct Capital Wealth Management, Brian has had the honor and privilege of being a trusted advisor to families, institutions and corporations for over 26 years. He has been instrumental in developing the firm’s culture, vision, investment process, and assembled a professional team to deliver exceptional service and advice. Brian not only brings his decades of experience and knowledge in wealth management, but provides access to his vast network of relationships and resources to connect and help individuals succeed.
Brian earned his B.S. in Business Administration from University of Missouri-Columbia in 1983. Starting in 1993, Brian worked at A.G. Edwards, which later became Wells Fargo Advisors. While there, he spent the last two and a half decades developing deep, trusting client relationships. As an extension of his desire to serve clients, Brian has a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ certification. To earn the CFP® designation, Brian had to complete an approved educational program, pass a rigorous examination and meet stringent experience requirements. Brian also adheres to a professional Code of Ethics and he fulfills annual continuing education requirements to remain aware of current planning strategies and financial trends.
Brian never takes for granted the commitment, trust and friendship their valued clients extend. He is a six-time National “Top 1200 Advisor” as ranked by Barron’s Magazine, and is consistently ranked as a FIVE STAR Wealth Manager. When working with clients, Brian strives to serve as his clients’ advocate by focusing on their individual goals and objectives and making recommendations accordingly.
Brian’s energy, passion and drive comes from earning his Eagle Scout Award and working for his family’s hat factory. Over 90 years ago Brian’s grandfather, William Pultman started a cap manufacturing company called Correct Cap Company. Often Brian would join his grandfather in meetings with his personal banker. Brian was intrigued how the banker actually had a career helping others succeed. It turns out helping others succeed is Brian’s destiny as well.
Outside of Correct Capital, Brian is called upon for leadership and is passionate about giving back in the St. Louis community. Most notably, he serves as Dinner Chairman of the St. Louis Men’s Group Against Cancer and Executive Board Member of the Jewish Community Center. He is consistently recognized as a supporter of Pedal the Cause, Multiple Sclerosis Society, and member of the Eagle Scout Association. In addition, Brian is an avid biker, swimmer, traveler and loves to spend time with his family.
A lifetime resident of St. Louis, Brian and his wife, Mindy, have two children Sydney & Sam, and one lovable Golden named Shana.