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Founder and CEO,
Stuart Financial Group
Bryan S. Slovon is founder and CEO of Stuart Financial Group, a boutique financial services firm exclusively serving retirees and soon-to be retirees in the D.C. metro area. He is an Investment Adviser Representative and insurance professional focusing on retirement planning and wealth preservation to a select group of clients. Slovon has been helping families and retirees work toward reaching their retirement planning goals since 1990, building a reputation among clients and colleagues as a personally engaged problem solver.
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