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Bret Dietz, CFA®, CFP®

Bret Dietz, CFA®, CFP®

Financial Advisor

Bret began his financial services career in 2014 when he joined Baird’s Equity Research branch as an Associate on their Portfolio Strategy Team. Prior to this role, he worked for an environmental consulting firm in the greater Milwaukee area. Today, Bret interacts with clients as a Financial Advisor with the Keverian Laubusch Dietz Group. When not speaking or meeting with clients, he is busy handling investment due diligence for the team, running financial plans, or working to refine our business processes to improve the overall client experience.

For Bret, his motivation stems from helping people achieve their goals and dreams. Often, they come to him without a clear understanding of what their long-term goals may be. Through a proven planning process, Bret understands what drives and motivates them in life, working to help them achieve their version of success on their own terms. He is grateful for the relationships built with clients and the opportunity to learn about their unique stories, opinions and perspectives, ultimately guiding the financial experience both for the individual and our team.

Bret graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) in Rochester, New York with a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering Technology. At RIT, he was consistently on the Dean’s List and captained the NCAA men’s soccer team. Bret’s business passion is finance. He is licensed as a Registered Representative, holding the FINRA Series 7, 63, 65, 86 and 87 licenses. He has also received his Chartered Financial Analyst® (CFA®) designation and holds the CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ certification.

Born and raised in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Bret now resides in Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin with his wife, Kelley, daughters, Maddie and Sophie, and their dog, Snickers. Both Bret and Kelley are collegiate varsity athletes, having played soccer and ice hockey at their university in Rochester, New York. They remain very involved in local sport’s activities, which are soon to begin with their young girls as well.