Kingsview Asset Management Welcomes German Ramirez

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German Ramirez of Miami, FL has joined Kingsview Asset Management as a Senior Vice President of the Private Client Services Division.

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"We are very pleased to have German join our firm,” said Al Abaroa, Co-President of Kingsview Asset Management. “With over a decade of experience, he offers a well rounded knowledge base"

German Ramirez of Miami, FL has joined Kingsview Asset Management as a Senior Vice President of the Private Client Services Division.

“I’m thrilled to join a group of professionals focused on providing value for clients,” Ramirez said. “I appreciate the support Kingsview Asset Management is able to offer, while having the flexibility to meet client needs on a case-by-case basis.”

A Finance graduate of Florida International University, Ramirez holds the Series 7, 66 licenses and is a Certified Financial Planner. Presently he is a Level 2 Candidate for the Chartered Market Technician (CMT) designation, with plans for completion in 2016. He was recently recognized as one of the top Financial Consultants in the nation for Charles Schwab & Co., earning him the prestigious Chairman’s Club award.

“We are very pleased to have German join our firm,” said Al Abaroa, Co-President of Kingsview Asset Management. “With over a decade of experience, he offers a well rounded knowledge base, imperative for the implementation of the family office experience within the CPA space.”

About Kingsview Asset Management

Kingsview Asset Management (“KAM”) is an investment advisor registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. KAM shares common ownership with Independent Introducing Futures brokerage and an Independent Insurance agency. Our multi-faceted firm ensures that KAM can offer virtually any strategy or product the financial services industry has to offer. This ensures that registration or affiliation never limits our client’s options.

KAM maintains custodial relationships with Charles Schwab, TD Ameritrade and Interactive Brokers. By giving clients multiple alternatives for the custody of their money they can maximize each firm’s individual benefits for a unique need.

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