Barrett Schultz

Chief Compliance Officer

 

     

Barrett serves as Chief Compliance Officer at CoastalOne and is responsible for the implementation, execution, and management of the Compliance Department’s activities, specifically monitoring and oversight. His primary objective is to stay informed of regulatory changes and interpretations and to educate the rest of the Coastal team on how those regulations apply to the business and to clients. In addition, Barrett leads ongoing risk assessments of compliance policies and procedures and reviews marketing materials to ensure they meet regulatory requirements.

Barrett has worked in compliance for over 15 years and has worked in the financial services industry for over 25 years. Prior to joining the Coastal team, he served as Chief Compliance Officer and VP of Operations at McNally Financial Services Corporation, and has also served as Chief Compliance Officer at Investors Life Insurance Company Of North America and ILG Securities Corporation. He has a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Finance from the University of Texas at San Antonio and a Master of Business Administration degree with an emphasis in Finance from the University of the Incarnate Word. In addition, he holds Series 6, 7, 24, and 63 FINRA licenses.

Outside of the office, Barrett enjoys hiking, traveling, seeing live music, and spending time with his wife and adult children. He and his wife have been friends since middle school and married after reconnecting at church and their 20-year high school reunion.

What unique talent or interest do you have outside of the office?
I am very organized and enjoy taking on big projects to keep me busy. For example, my wife and I rehabbed a “hoarder home” a few years back, taking it all the way down to the studs and redoing the entire home.

What is something interesting that many people may not know about you?
I used to own cattle and to this day I drive a big truck. I love the Texas Hill Country.

Do you have any interesting goals for how you’ll spend your retirement years?
I’d love to hike and travel as much as possible. I think my wife and I will retire in Sedona at some point.