Kenneth F. Siebel has over 50 years experience in the investment business with an emphasis on wealth management for individuals and families. He is currently the co-chairman of Private Wealth Partners, LLC.
Siebel received his B.B.A. and M.B.A. in Finance from the University of Wisconsin. He worked in New York and San Francisco for Smith, Barney & Co. until 1969 when he co-founded the firm of Robertson, Colman & Siebel (which became Banc of America Securities and Bank of Boston Robertson Stephens). He resigned his partnership in 1977 to devote himself fulltime to investment management and formed the investment advisory firm of Wood Island Associates where he served as chairman and chief executive officer. In 1998, U.S. Trust Company acquired Wood Island Associates. In 2000 US Trust was acquired by Charles Schwab & Co. In 2005, Private Wealth Partners, LLC was formed and acquired their firm back from Schwab.
Siebel has served on the boards of Conservation International, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, University of California San Francisco Foundation, The Branson School, Montana Land Reliance, and Nature Conservancy, Northern California.