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Marty Peskin

My brother Jeff and I take a sound approach to help people meet their investment needs and goals. We take a disciplined approach to analyze individual financial situations, time horizon and risk tolerance. We then introduce a comprehensive and personally tailored plan using a combination of stocks, bonds and other investments. We help our clients pursue goals in many areas such as retirement planning, college planning and small business 401ks to name a few.

I grew up around the financial services industry as my father was a financial advisor for over 25 years and I interned during college for another senior advisor. I started my own career with Morgan Stanley in 1996 and have continued it with Sovereign Wealth Advisors, LLC since 2005. My brother Jeff and I have over 40 years combined experience in the industry.

When I am not working I enjoy spending time with my wife and 2 children as well as playing poker, exercising or reading. I have spent the majority of my life in Houston, Texas, where I received a B.A. from The University of Houston.

Credentials

State Securities Law Exam
Series 65 – Uniform Investment Adviser Law Examination
Series 63 – Uniform Securities Agent State Law Examination

General Industry/Products Exam
Series 31 – Futures Managed Funds Examination
Series 7* – General Securities Representative Examination

Series 63, 7 and 31 held through LPL Financial and Series 66 held through Sovereign Wealth Advisors, LLC

State Registrations
California, Colorado, Louisiana, Texas

SRO Registrations
FINRA

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