Partnering With Georgetown Financial Group
A message from John A. DeSalva, President & Founder, Georgetown Financial Group, Inc.
If you’re looking to accelerate your growth, choosing the right partner can be the most important step to taking your business to the next level.
Build On A Foundation For Growth
Building a business on a solid foundation is easier said than done. The truth is that many broker-dealers may not have the resources to provide the technical support, market intelligence, and connections to make that happen. Even broker-dealers owned by insurance companies or banks may find that there simply isn’t a commitment to make such resources available.
Georgetown Financial Group, Inc. was created by financial professionals just like you.
To learn more about how Georgetown Financial Group can provide you with a single source for proven, results-oriented business development solutions contact Lauren Drapeau, Business Development Officer, at 860-922-2596 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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