Scott Gassen, CFP®, ChFC®
Scott enjoys working with business owners as well as individuals and families. He works diligently to cultivate client relationships by providing top notch service while instilling a sense of trust and respect. He works with each client individually to develop a focused financial strategy to fit their specific needs.
Scott obtained his bachelor’s degree in business administration with an emphasis in finance as well as a minor in economics from Westminster College. He has had the distinction of qualifying for the Million Dollar Round Table*. Scott also continued to excel by earning his CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNERTM (CFP®) certification in 2012 and Chartered Financial Consultant (ChFC®) designation in 2014 from the American College. In 2015, Scott became a Renaissance Financial Shareholder, which proves his commitment to both the firm and his clients.
Originally from the St. Louis area, Scott and his wife Holly currently reside in Frontenac with their sons, Dalton and Graham. In his spare time, Scott stays active in the community as a member of the Kirkwood Optimist Club. He is also involved with the Kirkwood Youth Hockey Association as a coach for both of his sons’ hockey teams.
Registered Representative and Investment Advisor Representative, Securian Financial Services, Inc.
*Million Dollar Round Table: Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT) is an independents membership organization of life insurance and financial service professionals. Membership Levels are based on Commissions, premiums, or fees generated within a year from investment and insurance products. Members must apply annually and pay a fee. Members must be members in good standing of a Professional Association which has met the following criteria: in existence at least 2 years, have 100 or more members, must be a nonprofit organization, must have a code of ethics and an effective means of dealing with breaches of its code. Members must also adhere to the MDRT Code of Ethics. Working with this advisor is not a guarantee of future financial results. Investors should conduct their own evaluation.