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Chris Rieger

Managing Director, Newport Beach

As the firm’s longest tenured advisor, Chris has played a significant part in the firm’s growth over the past eight years. Chris was intimately involved in the emergence of our asset management division and continues to be part of a key group at Euro Pacific responsible for the overall direction of the firm.

Chris’ investment career began in 1994 with Dean Witter and he went on to spend five years at Smith Barney as a financial consultant. He then moved to UBS Paine Webber in order to take advantage of that firm's more extensive global research, which he felt would benefit his clients. In 2004 he made the move to Euro Pacific and we are certainly glad that he did.

Chris holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from the University of William Paterson in New Jersey. He holds FINRA series 7, 24, 31, 63, 65 registrations. Chris lives in Mission Viejo with his wife of 14 years, Mona, and two children, Tyler and Diana.

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  Name: Chris Rieger  
  Title: Managing Director, Newport Beach  
  Company: Euro Pacific Capital  
  Location: Newport Beach  
  Email: [email protected]  
  Phone: (800) 727-7922  

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