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Jacob Malina

Financial Planning Associate

Jacob Malina

Financial Planning Associate

Biography

Originally from the Chicagoland area, Jacob joined Plancorp in 2017 after graduating from, Kelley School of Business with a Bachelor’s in Finance and minor in Political Science. While in college, Jacob volunteered for a number of organizations.

Jacob’s passion for helping clients find the best financial solutions and the challenge of working through complicated financial situations makes him a natural fit for Plancorp. He says he was especially drawn to our firm because of our team-based culture and focus on employee development. In his free time, Jacob enjoys, golf, snowboarding, photography and travel. He also loves to explore the food scene here in St. Louis.

Education
  • Indiana University, B.S Finance with a minor in Political Science

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