Christopher J. Lewis
75 Strong Financial Group
Christopher has over a decade of experience assisting clients achieve their specific and unique retirement goals. To better assist his clients moving forward he chose to associate with MassMutual Southeast Coast starting in 2019 to have a stronger portfolio of solutions for his clients as well as begin his own boutique firm, 75 Strong Financial Group. Christopher is passionate about growing by Hiring, Training, & Developing an elite team of Financial Advisors and staff.
Christopher holds the FINRA Series 7, Series 24, & Series 66 registrations as well as the State Life and Health license.
Christopher is a graduate of Marshall University in 2004 with a major in Marketing and minors in Finance, Management and Economics . While a student at Marshall University, he participated in the Student Government, Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity, and many other Philanthropic Organizations. Upon graduation at Marshall University, Christopher became an active leader in the Marshall University Alumni Association as well as the President of the Jacksonville Area Marshall University Alumni Club. Christopher is also active in the Jacksonville, Florida community as a member of ImpactJax, The Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce, and he spends his free time as the Assistant Basketball Coach for The Episcopal School of Jacksonville's IMSC team.
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75 Strong Financial Group is seeking individuals who possess:
High ethical standards
Strong team-player spirit
A dedicated work ethic coupled with the aspiration of financial independence
Excellent interpersonal skills
An established network within the community
The desire to help others build their financial future through objective professional guidance
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