David Giertz is a professional financial advisor with over three decades of experience. Mr. Giertz attended Millikin University where he earned a BS in MBA from Miami University. David became a broker at FINRA, since 1999, he has worked at Nationwide Investment Services Corporation. David has continually served at Nationwide Life Insurance Company as the senior Vice president in sales and national financial distribution since 2013. Prior to this, David worked at Financial Horizons Security Cooperation between 1989 and 1993. He also worked at Citicorp Investment services from 1991 to 1999.
David Giertz notes that retirees often struggle to save more instead of spending their accumulated financial resources. He further states that retirees can responsibly spend their money and enjoy themselves. This is crucial in helping the retirees to appreciate all the good things that comes from a person’s life. According to David, the sole purpose of saving is often misunderstood by most people.
Additionally, most social security benefits are often insufficient for retirees. For this reason, senior retirees need more finances to sustain their accustomed lifestyles. Many American retirees forfeit themselves from luxuries to save for the future. This habit directly hinder retirees from spending their financial resources appropriately. Retiree should spend their money without stressing their personal lives.
David Giertz is an accredited broker through various exams that include; General Industry & Products, State securities Law and Principle or supervisory. David is an influential strategist and innovator in attaining venture profitability. He demonstrated outstanding operating results at Nationwide Financial sales & distribution organization.
For the record, he saw the company profitable revenue growth from $11 billion to $17.8 billion. This tremendous growth exceeded P&L targets. As a result David lead in the wholesale approach, life insurance, specialty markets, annuities and mutual funds. Finally, David is a certified business coach with WABC.