A Conversation with Phil Hildebrandt, CEO at Segall Bryant & Hamill LLC
In this episode of the series we explore some of the hottest topics in wealth management with Philip Hildebrandt, CEO at Segall Bryant & Hamill LLC
Philip shares his unique perspective and experience on:
- Coronavirus Update:
- How has COVID-19 changed businesses?
- How should you plan and handle situations like COVID-19?
- What steps can you take today to prepare and help your clients and employees.
- COVID-19 worries and concerns.
- Pandemic planning:
- How should you adapt on the go and respond to a crisis like COVID-19
- How has technology shaped the way we view remote work and what does the future look like?
- Innovations in the business
- What is Segall Bryant & Hamill LLC doing differently in terms of innovation?
- And much more.
It’s an episode that covers a great deal of ground – solid information for any advisor who is looking to gather insight on the changes in the landscape and use that knowledge to take their business to the next level.
Philip Hildebrandt is Chief Executive Officer for Segall Bryant & Hamill. Prior to joining SBH, Mr. Hildebrandt was Director of Marketing for CSI Asset Management, an investment subsidiary of the Prudential Investment Corporation. Mr. Hildebrandt has a B.S. degree in finance from the University of Minnesota and an MBA in finance from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. He has also earned the Chartered Financial Analyst designation. Mr. Hildebrandt is passionate about education related issues, and he has served as Chairman of Working in the Schools, a Chicago nonprofit that promotes literacy and a love of learning for elementary school students in Chicago Public Schools. He serves on the board of Kids First Chicago, an organization dedicated to making sure all Chicago Public School children have an opportunity to receive a quality education. Mr. Hildebrandt is a member of the Commercial Club of Chicago, an organization that is committed to the strengthening of the economic and social welfare of the City of Chicago.