Securian Advisors of New England opens in Greater Boston
MANSFIELD, Massachusetts--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Brian S. Falconer, a seasoned financial advisor, recruiter and manager in the Greater Boston area, has opened Securian Advisors of New England, offering comprehensive financial strategies to individuals and small businesses.
Falconer, based in Mansfield, Mass., is the newest associate managing partner of Securian Financial Services, a broker-dealer and registered investment advisory firm offering a full range of financial services through a network of independent, locally owned firms and 1,200 affiliated financial advisors.
“I am thrilled to open and lead a new wealth management firm dedicated to helping New Englanders plan for and realize their financial aspirations,” Falconer said.
Falconer has more than 18 years of financial services experience, most recently serving as a managing sales director with Baystate Financial, an agency of Massachusetts Mutual.
A four-year football letter winner, Falconer graduated from Fordham University in New York in 1999 with a B.S. in Finance & Economics. Credentialed as a Life Underwriter Training Counsel Fellow (LUTCF®) by the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (NAIFA), Falconer serves on the boards of directors for the Rhode Island chapter of NAIFA and the Financial Services Professionals of Rhode Island.
“Brian is a very strong and welcome addition to the Securian Financial Network,” said Tony Martins, Securian’s vice president of individual career distribution. “His energy, passion and leadership are a perfect complement to our firm as we continue to grow our footprint throughout the country.”
About Securian Financial Services
Securian Financial Services, member FINRA/SIPC, is the broker-dealer and registered investment advisory affiliate of Securian Financial Group. One of the 20 largest independent broker-dealers based on 2015 revenue and according to InvestmentNews, the firm offers a full range of financial services through a network of locally owned firms and 1,200 financial advisors.
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