Daren Dearden

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“As a Financial Advisor, Daren Dearden has been able to practice his analytical and quantitative skills developed through his studies and work experience, as well as apply the teaching and people skills he learned from his time as an educator.”
Firm:

North Capital, Inc.

Job Title:

Director

Biography:

As a Director at North Capital, Daren's primary responsibilities have included developing the firm's international partnerships, and assisting with the launch of North Capital's own robo-advising platform, Evisor. Daren is also responsible for new-client outreach, as well as maintaining current client relationships, including their portfolio management and planning needs.

What Daren likes best about working in financial services is the combination of people and quantitative skills that is required. As a financial advisor, Daren gets to use his aptitude and interest in math, as well as apply his teaching background, and people skills on a daily basis. This fulfillment drives Daren when he is at work. In his current position, he is fortunate to be surrounded by such qualified individuals whom he learns from every day.

Prior to joining North Capital in 2014, Daren taught in Canyon's School District and at the University of Utah. Daren earned his BA in Spanish Education with a minor in Business Management, and subsequently his Master of Science in Finance, both from the University of Utah. He holds a Series 65 License.

Education:

MS, Finance, University of Utah
BA, Spanish Education, University of Utah

Assets Under Management:

$50 million

Fee Structure:

Fee Only

CRD Number:

6449890

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