Chief Executive Officer, Senior Wealth Manager
Ryan Leggett has been in the insurance and financial services industry since 2008. Ryan’s commitment to the development of highly ethical, well-educated financial advisors as well as providing a holistic, one-of-a-kind experiences for clients inspired him to found Anchor Financial Group in 2012. Now more than ever it is challenging to develop, implement, and maintain an integrated strategy that encompasses all areas of your financial health. Poor decisions, generally from lack of specific research, can be devastating from tax liabilities, social security and Medicare penalties, non-efficient insurance integration, and not understanding how to properly review market risk both on its own and how it relates to your overall financial picture. This is where Anchor is positioned to help ensure that all aspects of your financial situation are taken into consideration when recommending a plan of action.
Ryan is a Senior Wealth Manager with Cetera Advisors. He currently holds his Life, Health Insurance and Annuities licenses, and series 6, 63, 65, 7, & 24 securities registrations. Ryan is active in both NAIFA & GAMA, having been awarded numerous GAMA industry awards both for recruiting and agency building. Anchor has consistently been a top firm with the companies of former broker/dealer OneAmerica, becoming the first to earn both the Presidents Cup award for new agencies within their first 3 years and the Chairman’s Cup awarded to the number 1 overall firm nationwide. Anchor has been awarded the Chairman’s Cup trophy twice, Presidents Cup trophy twice, and has consistently been in the top 2 agencies Nationwide for the companies of former broker/dealer OneAmerica.
In his free time Ryan enjoys traveling, working out, spending time with his children and anything sports related. Ryan and his beautiful wife Amber live in Midlothian Virginia with their three daughters Charlotte, Olivia, and Eleanor.
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