Thursday, January 30, 2014

FFT: David Forlow, Finacial Advisor for Wells Fargo



David Forlow is a parent of a current UR student. He will discuss his position as a financial advisor for Wells Fargo, and his career path. His bio is below.

Employment
Manage a total of about $100 million in investment assets for ~110 individual accounts and 2 company retirement plans.
25 years in Securities Industry – currently with Wells Fargo Advisors
(Previously employed by A.G. Edwards & Sons who were bought by Wachovia Securities who were bought by Wells Fargo Advisors.)
 
College for Financial Planning
AAMS designation - Accredited Asset Management Specialist – 12 module program, ~100 hours study, proctored exam.
CMFC designation – Chartered Mutual Fund Counselor – 9 module program, ~80 hours study, proctored exam.
Both designations require 16 hours of continuing education every 2 years
 
Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA)
Proctored industry exams
Series 7 – General Securities Representative
Series 24 – General Securities Principal
Series 63 – Uniform Securities Agent State Law
Series 65 – Uniform Investment Advisor Law
Proctored continuing education exam every 3 years.
 
Education
BS Political Science - Illinois State University
 
Volunteer Activities
Lake Bluff School Caucus – President
Illinois Saint Andrew Society – Former Governor, Life Member
Lake Bluff Park District – 20 year Plan Task Force – Chair
Lake Bluff School District 65 – Facilities Plan Task Force - Chair



 

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