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Today's ProEquities Advisors Strive for the Gold in Their Business and Their Community

The typical ProEquities financial advisor cares about learning, growing, and being more successful each and every day. It's hard not to feel that way around here. It is part of the environment we foster. We aspire. We dream.

And That Is Not All

Our advisors are successful in so many ways, not only in serving their clients. Our advisors are movers & shakers and thought leaders in the communities and markets they serve. They volunteer, they coach, they contribute, and we are proud of their commitment and accomplishments.

Industry Leaders

Stanley G., Sr.
Arkansas

Married to Sammye, father of 4 (3 are advisors with ProEquities, one being an OSJ, and the 4th works in an advisor's office)

Life Member of the Million Dollar Roundtable

National Quality Award from NALU for 21 years

Winner of both the Drayton Nabors Award, of which only a handful of agents have been awarded, and the John D.Johns Lifetime Achievement Award. 


Ryan N.
Florida

Teaches the CRP curriculum around the United States, was featured on William Shatner's show, Moving America Forward, and spends special time at his home is Costa Rica. 

Jay
Illinois

Platinum Advisor and Stars winner from two different businesses

Jason R. 
Arkansas

Elected to Arkansas Senate in 2010
Treasurer of National Conference of Insurance Legislators


Steve E. 
Alabama

President of NAIFA, Tuscaloosa

A single OSJ shop achieved 4 advisor designations in one year
Matt S. - CFP
Chad H. - RICP
Jim M. - AIF
Adam S. - ChFC 


Community

Ervin D.
Maine

Awarded Marine of the Year for outstanding service, is the liaison to the Boy Scouts, raises funds for our military troops, conducts funeral honors for departed Marines, and is an avionics tech for Marine plane

Of Special Interest

Hal R.
Florida

Plays competitive billiards twice a week

Ed U.
Georgia

Pulled off an entire surprise wedding for his (now) wife

Ways We Aspire

ProEquities hosts a variety of field councils so that our mentality is not inward bred but remains outward focused.

The training forums also seek the advice and direction of the advisors’ assistants.

Additionally, each month there is an office-wide discussion amongst managers for the sharing of information.