Frank Schwall

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Frank Schwall

With nearly 20 years of experience in finance and sales, Frank Schwall has focused his career in the financial industry on working with high net worth clients, small businesses, major wirehouses, and independent broker dealers. Mr. Schwall entered the industry as a successful financial advisor before working his way up to senior management positions through a series of promotions. Frank Schwall also previously managed his own small business.

Frank Schwall attended Baylor University, where he completed a Bachelor of Science in Education in 1987. He then worked for several years as a history teacher in the Plano Independent School District before accepting a position as a Financial Advisor with PaineWebber. Four years later, Frank Schwall moved to Mitchell Hutchins Asset Management, Inc., the asset management company affiliated with PaineWebber, where he worked as Regional Sales Director. Frank Schwall advanced quickly through Mitchell Hutchins, becoming Divisional Sales Director. During his time at Mitchell Hutchins, Mr. Schwall promoted relationships between PaineWebber advisors and management and the team at Mitchell Hutchins. This work helped his division to earn the No. 1 rank in total Mitchell Hutchins sales during his tenure as Divisional Sales Director.

In 2000, Frank Schwall led the movement to rebrand Mitchell Hutchins as UBS Global Asset Management and became the company’s National Sales Manager. In this role, he managed 9 internal wholesalers and 12 regional sales directors, in addition to leading the sales force through a comprehensive firm restructuring and merger.

Frank Schwall has also worked in high-level positions with Manulife and 1st Global, and served as President and owner of Big Apple Baseball, a youth sports-oriented business.

A former board member for the Scarsdale Little League, Frank Schwall also worked as a coach in the league and led the construction of the first Little League field in Scarsdale. Mr. Schwall supports Habitat for Humanity International and Scarsdale Field for Kids, and also serves as a Vestry Member at St. James the Less Episcopal Church. In his spare time, he enjoys saltwater fishing and his involvement in youth sports.