Pierson McAtee is an investment advisor representative with Prime Capital Investment Advisors. Pierson focuses on individual clients by helping them develop a detailed plan while keeping a comprehensive financial picture in mind. Pierson currently holds his Series 65 license and is finishing his CPA exams. He is seeking his CPA license in order to help business owners and individuals work through their tax considerations. As a former student-athlete, Pierson is interested in providing services to people within the Sports & Entertainment industry. Pierson recognizes that there is oftentimes a gap in the industry with regards to financial planning. He looks forward to positively impacting all of his clients by helping them use their current funds to build future wealth.

Pierson grew up in Manhattan, Kansas and is a proud Kansas State Wildcat fan. He went on to attend K-State and played five years of college basketball, earning a Big 12 title and Elite Eight run in consecutive years. As an undergraduate student, Pierson earned a dual major in Accounting and Finance as a Magna Cum Laude. He went on to get his Masters in Accountancy (Macc) while finishing his basketball career. During his time as a student-athlete, Pierson was elected as the President of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) for three consecutive years by his peers.

Pierson currently lives in Lenexa, KS. Outside of work, he enjoys playing golf, volunteering with Special Olympics, and watching sporting events.


Advisory services offered through Prime Capital Investment Advisors, LLC. (“PCIA”), a Registered Investment Adviser. PCIA: 6201 College Blvd., 7th Floor, Overland Park, KS 66211. PCIA doing business as Qualified Plan Advisors (“QPA”) and Prime Capital Wealth Management (“PCWM”).

Locations Served

Overland Park, KS

6201 College Boulevard
7th Floor
Overland Park, KS 66211
Phone: 800-493-6226


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