Scott Frayler has been a financial advisor since 2001. After being in the industry for close to 20 years, Scott was looking for a new challenge. He decided it was time to create a firm dedicated to the client experience. The result: Blue Line Wealth Management.
Scott has been recognized by the Long Island Business News as “One to Watch” in Banking/Wealth Management in 20141 and was named the 2015 Columbia Person of the Year for Business by The Suffolk County Police Columbia Association2. In 2017, Scott was named to the Long Island Business News’ 40 under 40 list3. Since 1998 Long Island Business News has been honoring future leaders of Long Island who are under 40 years old who have distinguished themselves in business, government, education and the nonprofit sector. Scott was also featured in the July 2020 issue of Advisors Magazine4.
As the grandson, son and brother of police officers, Scott has made it his mission to serve the law enforcement community throughout his career. Scott’s clients include: the Nassau County Police Benevolent Association, Suffolk County Police Benevolent Association, Suffolk Detectives Association, Suffolk County Probation Officer’s Association, Suffolk County Police Conference, Suffolk County Police Columbia Association, Southampton Village Police Benevolent Association, Southold Town Police Benevolent Association, East Hampton Village Police Benevolent Association, Quogue Village Police Benevolent Association, Amityville Police Benevolent Association, Lloyd Harbor Police Benevolent Association, Lake Success Police Benevolent Association, Riverhead Police Benevolent Association and their members. In addition to working with police officers and their families, Scott works with a significant number of high-net-worth individuals and multi-million-dollar corporations. Three other groups of great importance to his practice are educators, firefighters, and public employees.
Outside of the office, Scott is very engaged within his community. He has served as Vice Chairman of the Huntington Zoning Board of Appeals and is a current member of both the Cold Spring Hills Civic Association and The Ancient Order of Hibernians. You can also find him on the hardwood coaching his daughters' travel basketball teams.
He is a life-long resident of Long Island and graduated from Saint Dominic High School in Oyster Bay, NY. He received his B.S. from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Lally School of Management.
1Long Island Business News, February 7-13, 2014
2The Suffolk County Police Columbia Association, May 27, 2015
3Long Island Business News, January 10, 2017
4Advisors Magazine, July 7, 2020