Cameron Brady

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“With over 5 years of financial experience, Cameron Brady, CPF® works with high net worth individuals as well as Millennials and Gen X clients and is always finding unique ways to connect with clients and provide the highest quality of advice and service.”
Firm:

Michael Brady and Co., LLC

Job Title:

Financial Advisor

Biography:

As a team member of a $3.5 Billion wealth management organization, Cameron Brady has worked with high net worth individuals as well as Millennials and Gen X clients and is always finding unique ways to connect with clients and provide the highest quality of advice and service.

Cameron is a graduate of Saint Joseph’s University’s Haub School of Business in Philadelphia, and studied at DePaul University’s CFP program in Chicago.  As a Certified Financial Planner™ practitioner, Cameron works in a fiduciary capacity with his clients and practices and promotes Fee-Only financial planning and investment advisory services.

Cameron is a Life Member of the National Eagle Scout Association and remains active in the Boy Scouts of America as a mentor to youth in the Cleveland area.  In the summer of 2016 Cameron summited Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa with his siblings and is always looking for his next adventure. 

Education:

BS, Financial Management Services, Saint Joseph's University
Depaul University

Assets Under Management:

$101 million

Fee Structure:

Fee-Only

CRD Number:

1320686

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