Hedieh Bolour

Senior Vice President, Wealth Advisor

Hedieh Bolour is a Senior Vice President, Wealth Advisor with Lido Advisors in Los Angeles.  She offers strategic guidance to entrepreneurs, business owners, executives, scientists, real estate investors and professionals in managing their financial life and investment portfolios as a trusted fiduciary.  Ms. Bolour tailors her approach to wealth management and customizes the plan relative to each client’s unique needs and priorities.

Bolour joined Lido Advisors from Bank of America Private Bank where she was a Vice President and Private Client Advisor dedicated to managing the complexities of family and wealth. She worked with high net-worth families, individuals and foundations delivering investment, fiduciary, credit, and banking solutions.

Prior to her time at Bank of America, she spent eight years at Wells Fargo as a Vice President delivering a full range of investment advisory services as well as consulting on the firm’s Home Equity Line of Credit and Enterprise Partnerships. Bolour started her financial services career right out of University of Southern California, and she spent two years at ING Direct before heading to Business School.

At Lido Advisors, she and her team serve a select number of high net-worth individuals, families, and foundations, taking a holistic approach to customized investment management, tax, financial planning, and estate strategies. In addition, Bolour is passionate about working with women who have created wealth and giving them tools to preserve it and leave a meaningful legacy.

Lido Advisors provides a nimble and family office inspired platform for her clients. The firm’s innovative approach, comprehensive investment and wealth solutions, as well as unique strategies, are a perfect fit for her.

Bolour has an MBA in Finance from Cornell University and graduated cum laude with a bachelor’s degree from USC.

In her free time, Bolour supports the Jewish Federation of Greater LA and the Tower Cancer Research Foundation’s Cancer Free Generation. She is a member of the Cornell Club of Los Angeles as well as the USC Alumni Association.  She also enjoys yoga, traveling, playing piano and hiking.