Wade Partridge

Wade Partridge


Wade Partridge joined the financial services industry in 1994. Throughout his career, Wade has focused his efforts on making a meaningful difference in the lives of his clients by providing comprehensive financial planning and wealth management services to individuals, families, non-profit organizations, small businesses and institutions. 

Partridge passed required examinations for the following licenses:

Series 7, 63 – General Securities Representative
Series 24 – General Securities Principal
Series 65 – Investment Advisor Representative
Series 4 – Registered Options Principal
Series 53 – Municipal Securities Principal
Arkansas Life and Health Insurance License

In addition to his work with individual clients, Wade has extensive leadership, management and supervisory experience. As a Vice President and Regional Director for one of the nation’s leading bank brokerage firms, he was responsible for over 40 financial advisors and 20 bank investment programs. His region produced annual revenues in excess of $5,000,000, and during his three years in this role, he was twice awarded the firm’s Regional Director of the Year award.

While maintaining his regional responsibilities, Wade also structured and coordinated the firm’s training program, which was attended by all financial advisors upon their affiliation with the company. Wade holds a Training Certificate from the American Society of Training and Development, and has been a featured speaker at national and regional conferences, training sessions, workshops and seminars across the country. Audiences have included clients and bank customers, bank executives and employees, financial advisors, vendor partners, and many other industry leaders.

A native of Arkansas, Wade and his wife, Julie, reside in Benton.  They have two sons, Tucker (21) and Fletcher (17).  Wade is committed to community service, and is a Past-President of the Benton Area Chamber of Commerce, the Benton-Bauxite Rotary Club, and the Saline County Boys and Girls Club.  He currently serves on the UALR Foundation Fund Board, and the UALR Benton Center Advisory Board.  He is an active member of Benton’s First United Methodist Church, and enjoys watching all sports, playing golf, reading and anything to do with the Razorbacks.