Gary’s Guide to Hiring a Financial Advisor
This useful guide is designed to provide a basic understanding of important aspects of hiring a financial advisor.
In this guide you will learn:
- The top questions to ask before hiring a financial advisor
- The difference between a Registered Representative and a Registered Investment Advisor
- The difference between suitability and fiduciary standards, and which one serves you best
- 5 secrets most brokers won’t tell you
Gary P. Wagner
Principal/Chief Operations Officer
Gary currently serves as a Portfolio Advisor and Principal/COO. He works directly with clients to provide investment and strategic wealth advice, sits on Carnegie’s Investment Committee, and manages the firm’s strategic initiatives and operations.
- Joined Carnegie in 2003
- Previously worked with the Reserve Management Corp, Schwab Institutional, and Federated Investors
- Earned his B.S. Finance from Duquesne University and an MBA from Kent State University
- Works with the Ronald McDonald House of Cleveland as the Finance Committee lead for the Capital Campaign and the Planned Giving Committee
- Treasurer and Board Member of March of Dimes – Northeast Ohio
- Member of the Society of Financial Services Professionals Cleveland and the Financial Planning Association
- Resides in Solon, Ohio with his wife, their daughter, and twin boy and girl
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