Board Member, Career and Networking Chair
Tyler is a Senior Vice President at Reynolds Investment Consulting Services where he assists Taft-Hartley clients with all aspects of managing their Benefit Fund investments. Tyler works directly with the Board of Trustees as well as select Investment Managers to construct and manage investment portfolios across all asset classes. Tyler is the 3rd generation at Reynolds Consulting as the firm was founded in 1979 and consults on approximately $20 billion in assets for their clients.
Prior to joining Reynolds Consulting, Tyler was an Analyst in the J.P. Morgan Private Bank focusing on wealthy individuals and their families, as well as select family offices in the Greater Tampa Bay Region. His responsibilities include working with bankers as well as investment, and credit specialist to deliver the firm’s asset and wealth management capabilities to clients in the Tampa Bay area. Before joining J.P. Morgan, Tyler worked in various Investment Banking departments at Raymond James through their rotational analyst program. He spent his first year on the Institutional Equity Sales and Municipal Bond Trading desks where he assisted senior traders and helped service clients. In his final year at Raymond James, Tyler was an analyst in the Equity Capital Markets group before moving to the Debt Capital Markets Public Finance group where he performed quantitative analysis and due diligence work to support senior bankers in executing both public equity and public debt offerings for both corporations and municipalities. Tyler holds both the Series 7 and Series 63 licenses from FINRA and is Bloomberg certified.
Tyler also serves on the Board of Directors of IMPACT and is a volunteer committee member for America’s VetDogs. In his spare time, he enjoys playing golf, traveling, skiing, and spending time with his family and friends.
"Look at the word responsibility-"response-ability"-the ability to choose your response. Highly proactive people recognize that responsibility. They do not blame circumstances, conditions, or conditioning for their behavior. Their behavior is a product of their own conscious choice, based on values, rather than a product of their conditions, based on feeling.”