Meet Frank


Frank is the founder of Bain Wealth Management, Wealth Advisor and Managing Partner. Frank holds the Chartered Financial Consultant and Chartered Life Underwriter degrees, in addition to earning a Master’s degree in business.

Frank began his career in the financial services industry in 1983, experiencing the booming 1980’s and 1990’s of the stock market. He also helped his clients through the technology bubble burst of 2000, as well as the economic meltdown of 2008.

He understands the intricacies and strategies needed to maximize the growth and security of his clients’ accounts in any market. Frank has spent the last two decades speaking at financial seminars designed to help motivate people to understand their finances and the importance of having a financial plan.

A successful football and basketball coach, Frank guides clients through the retirement planning process with knowledge, genuine compassion and an engaging sense of humor.

Frank believes strongly in getting to know each client’s values and dreams before delving into creating a financial plan. This individualized, person-centered approach has fostered a family atmosphere both within the office and with clients.

Raised in Kalispell, Montana, Frank and his wife, Barbara, moved to Oregon in the 1970s. They have three grown children and seven incredible grandchildren who are the light of their lives. As he nears retirement, Frank is looking forward to traveling and spending more time with his extended family.


Best financial advice:

Don’t invest in anything that eats while you are sleeping!

Hidden talent:

I love doing magic tricks for grandkids!

Favorite people to meet in past:

Samson, the strongest person who ever lived and Solomon, the wisest person who ever lived!

Favorite Holiday:

Christmas! Always a time for our kids and our grandkids and celebration of Christ’s birth!

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