Walter Dewey

Chief Investment Strategist Principal CEO


  • University of Wisconsin-Madison

    Bachelor of Business Administration

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Walter Dewey serves as CEO and Chief Investment Strategist for Resonant Capital Advisors. He has over 30 years of investment experience and develops customized portfolios for high net worth and institutional clients in addition to advising client families and officers on their varied investment- and business-related issues. Walter’s career is also his primary hobby, and his professional experience includes 21 years with US Bancorp and 5 years each with Reinhart Partners and Madison Investment Advisors.

At U.S. Bancorp, Walter served as a Senior Portfolio Strategist and worked with the largest clients and prospects of the Private Asset Management group across the country. In this role he was involved in the development and oversight of the firm’s investment strategies and products. In addition to these responsibilities, Walter spent considerable time as a spokesperson for the bank’s Private Asset Management division delivering investment strategy sessions to clients across the United States. He was the manager of the First American Large Cap Core Fund and First American Balanced Fund, and managed two model portfolios used by portfolio managers of U.S. Bank throughout the United States.

He serves as a Director of a number of Wisconsin-based organizations including the Carbone Cancer Center (Advisory Board), Waisman Center (Advisory Board), Bethel Lutheran Church (Investment Committee Director and Foundation President) as well as fulfilling similar roles for a variety of private companies.

As shareholders (each) of multi-generational family businesses, he and his wife Londa take pride in their longstanding commitment to their Madison and Wisconsin communities.

Aside from necessities, what one thing could you not go a day without?

The Wall Street Journal

What was the best concert you ever attended?

Springsteen – Miller Park, with my family.

What advice would you give your teenage self?

When adversity strikes, get back up and try again.

What is the best advice you’ve ever received? Did you follow it?

Make sure I married my wife. Yes.

If you could snap your fingers and become an expert in something, what would it be?

Piano. I played as a kid and got away from it.

What’s something you’ve done, but will never do again?

Jump out of an airplane

What is the best advice you were ever given? Who was it from?

For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. In science and in life. From my dad.