Andrew C. Stroud

Associate Vice President, Wealth Management

Andrew is a dedicated financial advisor who strives to help his clients create and maintain wealth predictably. Developing and maintaining trust are his top priorities when it comes to client service. He believes that open and honest communication is the best way to ensure that financial plans stay intact for the long term, no matter how turbulent a market may become day-to-day.

Believing that he is doing the job he was built to do, Andrew is passionate about helping people. His commitment to helping clients pursue their financial goals is founded in his outlook that money is among the most important things in people’s lives. He takes pride in knowing that he can be there for clients when the unexpected happens, such as an abrupt layoff or loss of a spouse. His deep level of caring for their financial well-being is second only to their own.

Andrew is a 10-year veteran in the financial services industry, having spent the past decade with Edward Jones and Wells Fargo Advisors before transitioning to Raymond James. He makes sure to spend time with each and every client to form a comprehensive understanding of their financial goals. He offers services to his clients, such as estate planning, retirement planning, education savings and legacy planning, providing a holistic and complete approach to their finances.

Outside of the office, Andrew spends time coaching and mentoring youth through football, something he has been involved with for nearly a decade. He enjoys teaching young people about the importance of teamwork, hard work, sacrifice and overcoming both physical and mental challenges. His most cherished activity is spending time with his wife and four children.

Originally from Orlando, Florida, Andrew still resides in central Florida with his wife, Carissa, and their children, Gabrial, Carter, Preston and Elly.

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