Michael King

Michael King

Managing Director – Investment Officer

Phone: 412-394-3132
Fax: 412-394-3166

Mike has been dedicated to helping his clients plan and achieve their financial goals since 1983. With 34 years of experience in the financial services industry, Mike has been with Wells Fargo Advisors and its predecessor firms since 1999, serving as both a financial advisor and assistant branch manager. Mike’s devotion and enthusiasm for financial service has earned him constructive recognition by Barron’s

Magazine as they have invited him to attend the Barron’s Winner Circle Top Advisors Summit* every year since 2009.

Mike and his team focus the advisory practice around the creation, management, and preservation of the wealth of their clients. The team utilizes a client-centric approach to develop prudent, long-term investment portfolios that emphasize asset allocation and diversification. These carefully constructed portfolios are guided by continuous reviews that adapt to various fluctuations and changes in the financial markets to meet client investment needs. Mike’s goal is to establish life-long client relationships that are built on a foundation of trust and client satisfaction.

As a 1982 Allegheny College graduate, Mike has earned a degree in Economics. Mike is deeply involved in the Pittsburgh community, serving as an active member of Orchard Hill Church in Wexford, PA, and as a coach for the North Pittsburgh Wildcats Hockey organization. Mike has participated in a number of charitable fundraisers over the years. One of the most notable events is America’s Most Beautiful Ride in Lake Tahoe, CA. Over the past 13 years, Mike has cycled in the event for the Leukemia Society in which he has raised over $78,000.

*Attendees of the Barron’s Winner’s Circle® Conference were comprised of the 100 financial advisors listed in Barron’s “Top 100 Financial Advisers”, (09/12/2014) as well as 400 financial advisors selected by their firms to attend this event. The 2012 Barron’s Top-100 Financial Advisor award is based on thousands of filtered nominations from investment, insurance, banking and other related firms, which were narrowed down by quantitative and qualitative criteria as well as by examining regulatory records and talking with peers, supervisors, clients and the advisors themselves. Portfolio performance is not a criterion because most advisors do not have audited track records.