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Nick Shannon

Nick Shannon

Nick Shannon, CRPC® is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of California State University, Bakersfield. He earned a Business Administration degree while playing on the NCAA Division 1 baseball team. He is also a lifetime member of Beta Gamma Sigma – an international honor society for collegiate schools of business. Additionally, Nick earned an Organizational Leadership certificate from Harvard Business School. The College for Financial Planning has also awarded him with the Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor designation.

As a Vice President, Relationship Manager with Bridges Trust, Nick develops customized strategies for wealth preservation, strategic asset growth, family office services, trust services and philanthropic services to high-net-worth and ultra-high-net-worth individuals, families, non-profits and foundations.

Prior to joining Bridges Trust, Nick was the founder of Prestige Wealth, LLC – an independent wealth management firm in Omaha.  Over the course of his career, he has excelled in progressive roles with some of the largest financial institutions in the country (LPL Financial, Merrill Lynch, Edward Jones, Prudential Financial, and Ameritas).

Nick and his wife Lindsay have 3 wonderful boys – Austin (2016), Cameron (2019), and Jordan (2022). Outside of work, Nick is proud to serve his community. He serves on the Investment and Finance committees for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Omaha, he serves on the board and as a mentor for TeamMates of Elkhorn, he serves as a board member for the MCC Foundation, he serves as a board member of Salvation Army Echelon – Omaha, he serves as a volunteer baseball coach for Elkhorn Athletic Association, he volunteers at Life.Church Omaha and he is a member of the Nebraska Financial Planning Association.  With his rare spare time, Nick enjoys attending his boys’ sporting events, golfing, going to the College World Series and rooting on the Nebraska and Creighton athletic programs.