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 28 years. Brian not only brings 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.
Starting in 1993, Brian worked at A.G. Edwards, which later became Wells Fargo Advisors. He is a six-time National “Top 1200 Advisor” as ranked by Barron’s Magazine, and is consistently ranked as a Small Business Monthly “Best Wealth Managers in St. Louis,” and 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.
Outside of Correct Capital, Brian is called upon for leadership and is passionate about giving back in the St. Louis community. He is an Executive Board member 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 is a member of the Eagle Scout Association.
Around St. Louis, you might find Brian running or biking in Forest Park, or taking morning swims at the J. He enjoys competing in triathlons and traveling – his favorite memory is climbing Machu Picchu with his family in Peru.
Brian is a lifetime resident of St. Louis and lives with his wife of 27 years, Mindy, in Clayton. Their daughter Sydney is a graduate of Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida, and their son Sam attends the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University in Bloomington.
Brian earned his B.S. in Business Administration from University of Missouri-Columbia. 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.
John Biedenstein has more than 30 years of retirement plan industry experience, dedicating his career to help businesses, families, and individuals plan for their retirement and investment goals. At Correct Capital, John works with institutions to meet the many challenges of creating and operating a successful retirement plan.
As an Accredited Investment Fiduciary (AIF®), John has a fundamental understanding of the principles of fiduciary duty, the standards of conduct for acting as a fiduciary, and a process for carrying out fiduciary responsibility.
A life-long St. Louisan, John earned a Bachelor of Arts in Accounting from St. Louis University’s Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business, is a CPA and Eagle Scout.
John’s parents operated a third-generation family horticultural business where their five sons and many friends worked. John has an identical twin brother, Tom, who just like John’s favorite team mascot, the Billiken, is a mythical good-luck figure who represents "things as they ought to be.” Just ask Tom.
John is an active contributor to many faith-based and civic organizations including Caritas Connections which collects donated items and distributes them, at no cost, to worthy organizations in the St. Louis metropolitan area. The donations are used to clothe, feed and assist the needy in our community.
John enjoys golfing with friends and clients, cooking, and is an enthusiastic St. Louis University Billiken Basketball fan (see photo) following the team through good and not-so-good seasons. John is the proud father of two daughters, Kristine and Caroline.
Joe joined Correct Capital Wealth Management in 2019 as a portfolio manager, working in key areas such as portfolio management, capital market assumptions and financial modeling. As the head of our investment committee, he oversees trading and is an intricate part of the team.
Starting in the industry in 2008, Joe most recently worked as an independent portfolio manager who financial advisors and firms hired to manage their client wealth. Joe has won numerous awards from Morningstar and PSN Informa for his strategies over the past decade.
Outside of his professional duties, Joe enjoys spending time with his family and dog Charlie. Joe is an adamant golfer who has competed in local professional golf tournaments in the past, but now just tries to keep up with his younger brothers. He is passionate about sports including the Saint Louis Cardinals baseball team and the Green Bay Packers football team. Joe looks forward to growing his relationships with his family, friends, and clients as he continues his journey.
Colin Day is a Financial Advisor that brings over a decade of experience in financial services to Correct Capital. To him, financial planning is more than just making sure you can retire one day: it’s the process of identifying your goals – both short-term and long-term – and taking advantage of every opportunity to meet them.
Colin works with individuals, families, as well as participants in our 401(k) plans to build holistic financial plans. For our 401(k) plan sponsors, Colin builds and adapts workplace retirement plans to meet the company’s objectives – whether it’s increasing participation, savings rates, or general financial literacy.
Colin is passionate about learning: he enjoys reading, how-to videos, and studying German. Early in the morning, you might find Colin running the sidewalks of South City. When he gets a night off from Ryan (5) and Leyna (1), Colin enjoys going to local restaurants and breweries – Colin’s first job after relocating to St. Louis in 2011 was at a small brewery. Otherwise, Colin will be on his couch cheering on Ohio State and Cleveland sports teams.
As a Certified Retirement Counselor® (CRC®), Colin uses experience to develop income plans for soon-to-be retirees and those that are already in retirement. Colin received his bachelor’s degree from The Ohio State University and his MBA from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University.
Megan Riggin is an experienced Client Associate with years of experience in customer service and finance. Megan serves as the liaison between the client and the Financial Advisor; her responsibilities include guiding clients through the onboarding process, initiating and monitoring account transactions, and maintaining communication between the client and the advisor.
Originally from Tulsa, Oklahoma, Megan moved to St. Louis in 2012. She also enjoys researching her family history and is an active member in the Daughters of the American Revolution. Outside of work, Megan can be found at Burn Bootcamp, spending time with her family, or traveling. Her goal is to make it to every state in the nation – only 21 to go!
Megan lives with her husband, Ryan, a middle school Social Studies Teacher for the Archdiocese of St. Louis, and their toy poodle Jimmy.
Megan received her bachelor’s degree in Hospitality Management and a Master of Science in Financial Planning from Oklahoma State University (Go Pokes!).