Associate for Goldman Sachs
- 7+ years of experience in the financial services industry
- Contributor to Investopedia since 2012
- Holds a Financial Industry Regulation Authority (FINRA); Series 7, 66, 24, and 4 licenses; and a Certified Financial Adviser (CFA) designation.
Andre McNeil has more than seven years of experience in the financial services industry. Since 2015, he works with Goldman Sachs, an investment bank, first as an analyst and then as an associate. Andre supervises several analysts as they complete in-depth research. He then refines their findings and presents those to the vice presidents and clients, allowing for informed investing decisions. Before this time, he worked with AIG Advisor Group as a President's Club specialist and with Appleby Retirement Consulting as a financial services accountant.
Andre became a contributor to Investopedia in 2012. His many articles cover such topics as advice on filing income taxes, information about business startups and small business, guides on budgeting and savings, and providing an analysis of insurance needs. You will see his articles as reposts on many insurance and investment websites, as well as on Business Insider, The Globe and Mail, Forbes, and Investor’s Business Daily. His work appears in syndication on Yahoo.
Andre holds several Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) designations. These designations include Series 4, allowing the supervision of options sales, and Series 24 for branch level management of corporate securities.
Andre earned a Bachelor of Arts in business administration and accounting at Morehouse College.
Andre holds a Financial Industry Regulation Authority (FINRA); Series 7, 66, 24, and 4 licenses; and a Certified Financial Adviser (CFA) designation.