St. Louis

Logan Reno


Associate Wealth Advisor

8182 Maryland Avenue, Suite 500
St. Louis, MO 63105

Logan Reno
Logan Reno

Professional Certifications


About Logan

As an associate wealth advisor, Logan assists his team with caring for clients in all aspects of their financial lives. He works closely with his team to identify and implement recommendations and find creative solutions for the families they work with to help them achieve their goals. This partnership spans various stages of life and ultimately drives Logan as he sees these families through different life events and watches them flourish.

Logan chose to pursue personal financial planning after college and quickly learned that he was passionate about client service and working with families. His biggest motivator is getting to see clients’ dreams come true — whether that’s buying a vacation home, putting their children/grandchildren through school, traveling or something else. Logan believes that at the end of the day, clients are why wealth advisors do what they do, and getting to see them achieve their goals brings him a lot of joy. Logan thinks the financial planning industry is a special one for many reasons, but one thing he really enjoys is getting to work with intelligent, successful people who may not be so comfortable with managing their finances. Logan knows personal finance can be a daunting thing to tackle alone if you do not specialize in it. He believes the value/peace of mind Buckingham can provide to clients is unmatched.

Logan graduated from Illinois State University in 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in finance and insurance. In the summer of 2021, Logan obtained the CFP designation. Prior to joining Buckingham in April 2024, Logan spent seven-plus years at Moneta Group as a client service manager.

Born and raised in O’Fallon, Illinois, Logan moved across the river to St. Louis in 2018. He has bounced around a little, but he has called Central West End home for the majority of the last six years. He and his girlfriend have two kittens, Loki and Luna, who are quite a handful. A fun fact about Logan is that the right side of his face is held together mainly with titanium plates and screws — although (luckily) you cannot tell! The injury happened when he was hit by a pitch during a baseball game in his junior year of high school.