Marc J. DelGaudio CFP®
Bachelor of Science in Economics, Yale University
Financial Planning Association
Million Dollar Roundtable
1993 Marc DelGaudio graduated from Yale University and shortly thereafter joined the Allied Wealth Partners team as a full time Financial Advisor. Within a span of ten years, Marc went on to become a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ (CFP®) Practitioner and Director of Investments and Financial Planning at Allied Wealth Partners. Marc was named a Managing Partner of Allied Wealth Partners in 2006, co-managing the firm with John Langdon. In 2014, Allied Wealth Partners expanded its presence into New York opening several new offices. Within that same year, Marc was officially appointed as President of the firm.
As President, Marc shares in the supervisory responsibility of firm administration while continuing to work closely with his clients. Marc is also an active mentor to the firm's financial professionals. In such role, Marc shares his philosophy on wealth accumulation and preservation strategies that help clients achieve their definition of financial success.
Marc DelGaudio currently serves on the Securian Financial Services,Broker Dealer and Trust Company Committee. He also recently served as chairman of Securian’s National Advisory Board.He is an active member of the Greater Essex Chapter the Financial Planning Association (FPA) and is also a Life and Qualifying Member of the Million Dollar Roundtable (MDRT), with several Court of the Table qualifications.
In 2013 and 2015 Marc and CEO, John H. Langdon were presented with GAMA International’s James H. Krueger First in Class Award for outstanding leadership and excellence in recruiting, training and production. This honor recognizes first-line leaders in the insurance, investment and financial services industry. In 2006 Marc received the Securian David W. Goers Award. This award is given to Managing Partners who have reached new organization excellence measured by new professionals growth and new professionals production.In 2005, Marc received Securian's "Aiming High" award which is given for outstanding contributions to the success of the broker/dealer.
Marc is an active member of the Board of Elders, Zeta Psi fraternity; Yale University and is a contributing member of the Yale alumni association. Marc lives in Martinsville with his wife, Candace and his twins Max and Chiara. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with family and friends at the beach.
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