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  • Pull all of your financial information into one singular, secure view
  • Create a personal balance sheet
  • Take a more in-depth look at your holdings
  • Track your spending and view your net worth
  • Better understand the companies you're invested in by accessing Stifel's nationally recognized research and investment insights
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After serving our clients well for more than 15 years, Stifel Access is headed toward retirement.

Its replacement – Stifel Wealth Tracker – will provide a custom online experience. In the meantime, you can continue to enjoy the full functionality of Stifel Access.

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Christopher K. Reichert

Christopher K. Reichert

CEO, Stifel Bank & Trust

Chris Reichert joined Stifel Bank & Trust as President in October 2007 and was named CEO in January 2008. Prior to joining the bank, Mr. Reichert served as Executive Vice President of Pulaski Bank and was a member of the Pulaski Bank and Pulaski Financial Corp. Boards of Directors. Mr. Reichert’s banking career spans 30 years, including officer roles at Mercantile Bank and Roosevelt Bank. Mr. Reichert was integral in establishing, and served as Chairman of the Board of, the Contractor Loan Fund, a cooperative effort to support minority- and women-owned contractor businesses in St. Louis’ construction industry. He also served as Chairman of Community Bank Mortgage, LLC, a mortgage banking cooperative sponsored by the American Bankers Association (ABA). In addition, he has chaired the ABA’s GSE Policy Committee and has been active in the housing finance reform debate in Washington, D.C.