Wesley D. Bigler

Chairman Emeritus

Wesley D. Bigler, CFP®, served as CEO of LongView Wealth Management for 30 years before becoming Chairman in 2021. He is a Certified Financial Planner™ practitioner and has been a financial services professional since 1983. For six straight years, Wes was named one of Worth Magazine’s “Nation’s Top 250 Financial Advisors.” He was also featured, for ten successive years, as one of the 150 Best Financial Advisors for Doctors by Medical Economics Magazine. Wes is the co-author of Wealth Strategies for Doctors and has been a frequent guest on CNBC’s “Money Club” and Fox News’ “Fox on Money.” He has also been quoted in major publications such as Smart Money, Worth, Nation’s Business, Financial Planning, and the Atlanta Journal Constitution.

Wes graduated cum laude with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science/History from Utah State University and earned an MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management at Arizona State University

Wes lives in Atlanta with his wife Lori and has two grown children.  His son Tyler is married and works with Home Depot corporate. Wes’ daughter Lauren lives in Dunwoody with her husband and two young children.  In his leisure time, Wes enjoys golf, traveling, boating and paddleboarding with Lori and their dog, Lexie & playing with the grandchildren.

Throughout the years, Wes has been active in many professional and charitable organizations, including:

  • Financial Planning Association – Past President
  • Boy Scout Troop 200 – Committee Chairman
  • Cobb Pregnancy Services – Chairman
  • Mount Paran Church – Elder
  • Georgia Epilepsy Foundation – President
  • ALS Association

Recent Blog Posts:

The Code of the West            July 27, 2021

The Pit and the Pendulum     June 28, 2017

Recipients of The Best Financial Advisors for Doctors were chosen based on their knowledge and experience, items taken into consideration were their certifications, specializing in the physician or medical field and a minimum of 10 years experience. The advisor must represent a broad geographical range for their services, charge either a fee or commission for their services, require a portfolio to have $1 million or less as a minimum and be in good standing, not found guilty of any wrongdoing on a national level, with the Securities and Exchange Commission and Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. This recognition is not representative of investment performance or returns. Worth’s “Leading Wealth & Legal Advisors,” is a guide to some of the nation’s top wealth advisors and attorneys. Every firm and individual featured here has been vetted by Worth researchers and analysts at PaladinRegistry.com. To be considered for the Worth program, these professionals allow our analysts to screen and evaluate their credentials and ethics. The participating advisors help to underwrite the production cost of the magazine. The Worth Leading Wealth Advisor admittance process is based on, but not limited to, the Advisor’s experience, education, certifications, fiduciary status, compliance record, wealth management services, methods of compensation and scope of current business, with all information and data provided to Worth and Paladin Registry by each Advisor.