Brad Hearn is the president of Retail Advice and Solutions at Prudential Advisors, which brings together face-to-face advice with Prudential’s Hybrid Advisory team and digital advice capabilities – creating a single organization with end-to-end accountability for delivering holistic financial advice and solutions across the entire advice continuum.
Previously, Hearn served as executive vice president of Business Consulting for the Independent Advisor Services unit of LPL Financial, responsible for the growth, satisfaction and retention of independent advisers. Earlier, he was executive vice president of LPL Insurance Associates.
Hearn has more than 20 years of experience in strategic sales and operations leadership within the financial services industry. Prior to joining LPL in 2009, he worked at Charles Schwab for 13 years, most recently as vice president of Charles Schwab Institutional, where he oversaw a 415-employee organization responsible for delivering service to more than 3,000 RIA customers. Hearn advanced into the role following roles as director of Charles Schwab Institutional and as a manager at Charles Schwab. He began his career as a stockbroker for the Olde Discount Corp.
Hearn earned an MBA from Arizona State University and a bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Arizona. He is FINRA Series 7, 9/10, 24, and 63 registered.
Latest articles by Brad Hearn
Are You Confident About Your Retirement Prospects?
If you said no, you’re not alone. Lack of financial literacy and feeling like they’re running out of time undermine Americans’ retirement confidence. What can we do?
Let’s Use the Crypto Craze as a Springboard into Better Financial Literacy
personal finance Investing in cryptocurrencies has gotten a new segment of folks interested in finances. But why stop there? It’s a great opportunity for them to get a leg up with three important financial lessons.
By Brad Hearn Publishedpersonal finance
Financial Situation Changed Due to COVID? Professional Advice Can Help
retirement planning The pandemic’s effects can be felt in many ways, some bad (you lost your job or were forced into retirement), some good (your savings grew fat while you were stuck at home). Maybe you put off marriage or buying a home. If you aren’t sure how to move forward, get help.
By Brad Hearn Publishedretirement planning
COVID-19 and Retirement Planning: 5 Actions to Take Now
Coronavirus and Your Money As our nation’s health situation and economy continue settling down in the wake of the pandemic, it’s time to re-evaluate where you are now and where you want to be headed going forward.
By Brad Hearn PublishedCoronavirus and Your Money