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Mike is a Registered Representative with LPL Financial and an Investment Advisor Representative with Global Retirement Partners. For over 20 years, Mike Pierce, a thought leader in the retirement plan industry, has been helping business owners, HR managers, CEOs and Retirement Plan Committees find cost-effective solutions to their companies’ retirement plan needs. The result of Mike’s work is a retirement plan program that uses tools, processes and structure that aim to ensure that well-informed decision-making produces a high probability of success.
Throughout his career Mike has received high accolades for his commitment to quality and service. Mike’s professional designations include Chartered Life Underwriter, Registered Health Underwriter, Chartered Financial Consultant awarded by the American College, Bryn Mawr, PA, Accredited Investment Fiduciary awarded by the Center of Fiduciary Studies, Qualified Plan Financial Consultant awarded by the National Association of Pension Advisors and the Certified 401k Professional awarded by the Retirement Advisor University in collaboration with UCLA Anderson School of Management Executive Education.
In his past position, Mike started Pierce Financial Group Inc., and spent 15 years providing retirement plan consulting to employers as an executive with a property and causality firm. Mike also served in the United States Army, serving our country during Operation Desert Storm/Desert Shield. Today Mike utilizes the discipline and leadership skills learned during his time spent in the military to provide his clients with the most appropriate solutions and service available.
A strong believer in giving back to the community, Mike is a past president of the Rotary, has served on many boards including the Chamber of Commerce, and a local non-profit organization providing shelter to homeless individuals and families. Mike has also served as a Big Brother with Big Brothers and Big Sisters.
Loyal, Driven, Honest
I enjoy playing golf, boating and running.
I had a perm when I was in middle school when my hair is naturally straight. It was the 70s!