Bryan Krill, CFP®

President | Chief Operating Officer | Managing Partner

Bryan is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ practitioner and is a managing partner at our firm, serving as chief operating officer, chief compliance officer and member of the Investment Committee. Bryan grew up in Thousand Oaks and earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration with entrepreneurship emphasis from the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business. After starting his career in San Diego, he joined Wacker Wealth Partners in 1999, drawn by the opportunity to live and work on the Central Coast and use his passion for excellence and obsession with getting the job done in a client-focused, exclusively fee-based firm. In addition to acclaim for his professional excellence, Bryan is an accomplished track and field competitor and has been lauded for his volunteer efforts coaching track and soccer, including his passion for helping athletes enhance their conditioning and speed development. Bryan and his wife, Tessa, live in San Luis Obispo with their three children. The family can often be found on the soccer pitch, the track, or the dunes.

1995 USC Track & Field Team Capitan
1996 USATF Olympic Trials Quarterfinalist – 200m
2005 Gary Suggs Distinguished Employee Award
2006 SLO Tribune Top 20 Under 40
2010 USC-UCLA Dual Meet Hall of Fame Inductee
2010 Central Coast Community Impact Award Volunteer of the Year Nominee
2014 AYSO Area 10Q Volunteer of the Year

BS, Business with Entrepreneurship Emphasis, University of Southern California 1996
Certified Financial Planner, College of Financial Planning

National Association of Personal Financial Advisors (NAPFA)
Financial Planning Association (FPA)

Current Community & Professional Service

San Luis Obispo Soccer Club – Treasurer

Past Community & Professional Service

AYSO San Luis Obispo – Regional Commissioner
San Luis Obispo Soccer Club – President
Mustang Athletic Fund – Board Member
Long Term Care Ombudsman – Board Member
Leadership SLO XII

Running, soccer, coaching