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Nicholas Peterson

Financial Advisor nicholas.peterson@sgc-financial.com

Mission Statement:

To support Professional Fiduciaries, Business Owners, and Individuals with their financial intricacies.

What I do for my clients:

For Professional Fiduciaries; we perform objective financial planning (comprehensive or specialized) to review accounts ensuring portfolios are well constructed and align with client investment objectives and risk tolerance. A specialized example involves assessing client fees, portfolio risk analysis, and reviewing investment policy statements.

For Business Owners/Individuals; we start with a conversation with what they’re seeking to achieve. We use our objective and comprehensive one on one process to develop a strategy, then help with the implementation and ongoing adjustments along the way. Ultimately we seek to become our clients financial advocates through long-term relationships built on trust and integrity.

Nick is an active affiliate member of Professional Fiduciary Association of California (PFAC) and Non-Attorney Professional member of Silicon Valley Bar Association. He enjoys networking with like-minded professionals that are passionate about education and giving back to the community.

Personal:

Nick’s been with SGC since July of 2014. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Business Finance from San Jose State University in the fall of 2012. After college, he briefly attended the Police Academy which led him to his career path in proactively helping people.

Outside SGC, Nick enjoys: staying active with MMA/Crossfit inspired workouts, working on cars, outdoor activities ranging from fishing to shooting, and discovering new restaurants to enjoy with friends and family.

Nicholas J. Peterson is a Registered Representative and Investment Advisor Representative of Securian Financial Services, Inc. Member FINRA/SIPC. SGC Financial & Insurance Services is independently owned and operated.

FINRA CRD #6118736    CA Insurance License #0I14875

 

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