As a Trust Officer, Reitz puts to work over 20 years of experience for her clients. Whether she is managing trusts or helping local businesses reinvest their excess capital, Reitz enjoys taking the time to get to know each customer.
Working for a local Alaska bank has been a great career for Reitz, because she says it allows her to speak with customers one-on-one, in order to line up the investments that meet their individual needs. Reitz says that her clients choose First National’s Trust Department because First National takes the time to do what is best for each customer account, without charging multiple fees along the way.
“Customers like that they are dealing with people right here in Alaska. They can actually come by the building and talk to us in person,” Reitz says. “Other brokerage houses have installed buildings and people here in our state, but all the decisions are made on the East Coast. Our decisions are made right here in Alaska.”
One of Reitz’ expertise is her municipal and state pooled fund management. She has consistently been trusted to manage hundreds of millions of dollars for these entities and was recently appointed to the Alaska Government Finance Officers Association, as a board member.
Outside the office Reitz says that while her 15-year-old son keeps her pretty busy, she still finds time to get outside and enjoy all the best the Last Frontier has to offer. She is a board member of the Great Alaska Council for the Boy Scouts of America and loves the outdoors. She enjoys hiking and camping in the Chugach Mountains and along Turnagain Arm. She has also tried skydiving and is interested in paragliding off Alyeska Mountain in Girdwood as well as learning to kayak.
If your excess money seems to be at an idle or if hidden fees make you feel like you’re being taken for a ride, Reitz can help you rev up your investments and steer you down the road to success.
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