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Vice President, Investment Market Direct,
As a Vice President and an Investment Market Director in the Southeast market, Justin Sullivan provides investment leadership in the creation and implementation of investment strategies. Justin also serves as an investment adviser for complex accounts. Justin works with a team of investment advisers, specialists in financial and estate planning, trusts and banking services to help clients achieve their financial objectives.
Justin earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (finance and economics) from the University of Pittsburgh. He is also a CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL PLANNER™ and is currently a spokesman for the CFP® Pro campaign, which is directed at raising awareness and interest in the CFP® profession. In 2018, he was recognized by InvestmentNews magazine as one of the top 40 financial professionals under 40 years of age across the country.
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