Brad Rosley

Retirement, Investing, Lifestage Based Planning
“With over 25 years of experience in the financial industry, Brad Rosley, CFP®, is committed to providing a straight talking, independent approach to planning and investment management.”

Fortune Financial Group, Inc.

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Brad is the founder and President of FFG which opened in Glen Ellyn, IL in 1996.  He graduated from the University of Iowa in 1986 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance and has been a Certified Financial Planner since 1990.  Brad chose to create FFG as an "independent" firm that helps people figure out what they want to do with the one life God gave them and has been helping people for over 25 years.  His clients work with him because of his balanced approached to financial and life planning.  They stay with him because he develops a relationship that is not product driven, but rather personal and life planning centric.  His motto "Plan for tomorrow, while still living for today" is especially appealing to clients.

Brad has been quoted and written articles in several publications including Chicago Magazine and Business Week.  Brad' authored a book, “Brad Rosley on Educated Investing”  that was published in 2001.  He blogs at He is also a long standing member of the Financial Planning Association of Illinois (FPA®) holding several offices over the years.  In 2009 he served as President and in 2010 was the Chairman of the Board of the 1,100 member Illinois Chapter of the FPA®.

Brad, his wife Soni and their three children have lived in Glen Ellyn, IL since 1996. Brad's faith and conservative fiscal values are passionate.  Brad's still mixing it up on the basketball court regularly and working out often. When weather turns you can find him on the golf course either with clients or at night after work. His enthusiasm for baseball continued after coaching his son continues as he is on the Board of Directors of the West Suburban Baseball League.


BS, Finance, University of Iowa

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$50 million

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