Senior Financial Advisor Richard ‘Rick’ Eisner. has been in the industry since 2000. Prior to First Federal Investments, Eisner was an advisor with Edward Jones and Merrill Lynch. He holds the prestigious designation of Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor (CRPC), which deals specifically with helping clients in or near retirement as well as the Accredited Asset Management Specialist (AAMS), both received from the College of Financial Planning. He holds securities registrations, in addition to insurance licenses for life, health, and annuities, and is also registered as an Investment Advisor Representative (IAR) with Cetera Investment Services. As a performance driven advisor in the industry since 2011, Rick has been distinguished with President’s Club status(2011-2017), which recognizes the firm’s elite advisors. Rick believes that a close relationship with each client is needed to implement and monitor the investment approach that he and his clients design.
Rick Eisner was raised in Lake Charles, Louisiana where he graduated from St. Louis High School and attended McNeese State University. He then served our country by joining the Navy where he specialized in Naval Intelligence for four years. After serving in the Navy and graduating from the University of Maryland with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business, he returned to Lake Charles to begin his career in the financial services industry.
Rick and his wife Amy are the proud parents of three children, Zac, Emily, and Alayna. The Eisner family is very active in their church and enjoy many sporting activities together.
Rick’s office is located at the Nelson Financial Center in Lake Charles, and will meet with clients at any southwest Louisiana branch office of the Bank.
4090 Nelson Road
Lake Charles, LA 70605
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