Bob Roberts joined Legacy Capital in 2019, after a successful 30-year career with Baptist Health. At Legacy, Bob is responsible for overseeing strategic growth, implementing the expansion into additional locations, and recruiting and integrating advisor teams and individual advisors into the Legacy Capital family. Bob earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Music from Indiana University in Trumpet Performance, and a Master of Professional Accountancy degree from Baylor University. He began his career as a CPA with KPMG and Arthur Andersen, and started at Baptist in 1988 as assistant vice president offFinance and was promoted to executive VP/CFO in 2014. Bob performs regularly with the Natural State Brass Band, the Little Rock Winds and is a board member for the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. When not working or playing trumpet, Bob enjoys traveling with his wife, Stacy, to visit their three adult children.
The C-Suite: That place where most of us strive to be when we launch a career. Referring to the cluster of top-level executive positions within most companies — chief executive officer (CEO), chief operating officer (COO), chief financial officer (CFO) and chief information officer (CIO) — the C-Suite entails hard work, high stress and long hours. But the rewards can be substantial.
AMP asked readers to tell us who their favorite C-Suite executives were. Their titles may not precisely reflect “CEO” or any of the others, but their roles do. This isn’t a “best of” or a “top executives” list; but it’s a way to recognize many of those business executives in Arkansas whose hard work makes The Natural State a great place to live and work.
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