Brandon Gay has been managing the financial affairs of individuals and families since 2010. Brandon takes total advantage of the privileges and accesses that being an independent Wealth Consultant provides. He thrives on being able to provide experienced, personalized investment recommendations to his clients. He is committed to helping business, families and individuals pursue their financial life goals by taking the stress out of money management. The ultimate goal for them should be to focus on family, work or anything else that is important to them.
Brandon explores personal, professional and financial goals with each of his clients to ascertain the true understanding of each unique client’s situation. He educates his clients, by discussing the market and the risk/reward characteristics of different asset classes and their contribution to and an overall portfolio asset allocation. Implementation for a diversified investment methodologies is then employed in constructing a tailored portfolio. His proactive management style includes careful portfolio monitoring and regular reviews of portfolio performance with all of his clients.
Prior to joining Sovereign Wealth Advisors, Brandon was a successful Financial Advisor with Wells Fargo and was awarded Advisor of the year for 2013.
University of Houston, BBA Finance
State Securities Law ExamSeries 65 – Uniform Investment Adviser Law ExaminationSeries 63 – Uniform Securities Agent State Law Examination
General Industry/Products ExamSeries 7 – General Securities Representative Examination
Series 63 and 7 held through LPL Financial. Series 65 held through Sovereign Wealth Advisors, LLC
Series 66 License held by Sovereign Wealth Advisors, LLC. All other licenses held by lpl financial.
State RegistrationsArkansas, Colorado, Florida, Louisiana, Ohio, Texas
Additional Licenses & RegistrationsGeneral Lines Insurance License
There is no guarantee that a diversified portfolio will enhance overall returns or outperform a non-diversified portfolio. Diversification does not protect against market risk. Asset allocation does not ensure a profit or protect against a loss.