Richard A. St. Jean, Jremail
Richard A. (Rick) St. Jean, Jr. is the CEO of Commonwealth Financial Group, a graduate of Fordham University and a Certified Leadership Fellow. Rick’s commitment to sound financial planning and building strong relationships go hand in hand in all that he does, and he prides himself on CFG’s commitment to delivering financial confidence to all its clients.
Since becoming CFG’s CEO, Rick has focused on driving growth by providing a long-term strategy and vision for the company and developing CFG’s next generation through experience and exposure. Rick has helped to galvanize CFG’s sterling reputation for coaching and developing entrepreneurs, executives, and other professionals. His commitment to elevating the industry’s standards have earned him a reputation as a mentor and thought leader within the world of financial planning and beyond.
Rick’s passion for developing people and relationships extends beyond his work at CFG. On top of receiving numerous industry and public awards and being regularly asked to speak at events that examine a host of entrepreneurial topics, Rick also gives back to his community by dedicating a generous portion of his time to several nonprofit, industry, and educational boards and organizations including founding the non-profit organization Rally2Give with his son.
Hermitage Club Experience:
• Chaired advisory committee and oversight committee to save Hermitage while under receivership.
• Founding and equity member investor member of original club.
• Supported new effort by serving in attracting many members to club etc.
Rick and his wife Nancy currently reside in Concord, MA.
- Insurance Strategies
- Investment Strategies
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