Kyle serves as President at Revere Securities. Kyle also is the Head of Revere Private Wealth Management which provides integrated strategies designed to help build, manage and preserve wealth for wealthy families, Endowments and Foundations.
Previously, Kyle was an Executive Director at Morgan Stanley and the head of The Wool Group. Prior to Morgan Stanley, Kyle was a Managing Director and producing sales manager at Oppenheimer and Co., Inc. He was also Based in Hong Kong from 2010 until of 2013, Where he served as a Managing Director of the Professional Investors Group for Oppenheimer Asia Ltd. He still maintains his interests in the Asia-Pacific. Kyle has been a featured speaker on Executive Services and Wealth Management at the China Entrepreneurs CEO & CFO Forum. He has also been a featured speaker on U.S. Markets and Foreign Direct Investments at the Fujairah U.A.E. International Business Forum.
Kyle is active in various philanthropic endeavors both domestically and abroad. He currently serves as a board member of LifeLine NY, a charity foundation focused on attain medical equipment for the underprivileged children of Serbia Headed by HRH Crown Princess Katherine of Serbia, Kyle is also is a board member of the CIRSD (Center for International Relations and Sustainable Development) headed by Vuk Jeremic, the 67th President of the United Nations General Assembly and Project Rousseau, who’s mission is to empower youth in communities with the greatest need to reach their full potential and pursue higher education.
Kyle is also a Board Member of Lang Lang International Music Foundation, Which believes that all children should have access to a music education, regardless of their background. At the Lang Lang International Music Foundation®, we strive to educate, inspire, and motivate the next generation of music lovers and performers.
On Feb 21 2019 Kyle was honored by Crown Princess Katherine with the LifeLine Humanitarian Award.
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