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Institutional Asset Management

Charley Meyer


Director of Institutional Asset Management

Charley Meyer


Director of Institutional Asset Management


When Charley joined Plancorp in 2015, he brought with him not only decades of experience in investment management, but also a heart for non-profits and community service. Here, he employs that passion every day by helping foundations, private schools, faith-based organizations and other non-profits effectively manage their investments.

Charley has held executive roles in multiple investment management firms during his 25+ year career. In 2006 he founded 1926 Investment Advisors and sold his firm to Plancorp in 2015. Outside of the office and community service, Charley enjoys spending time with wife and two boys.

Community Involvement
  • National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (NCADA)
  • White House Jesuit Retreat, Inc.
  • Opera Theatre of Saint Louis Investment Committee
  • DePauw University BA 1986


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