David Giertz is a financial executive to reckon with in the corporate world of the United States. He has been active in the field of finance for over 30 years and is known to share his views and expression about the financial market trends on various news channels. He currently serves as the President of Nationwide Financial’s distribution arm. The strategies implemented by David Giertz have helped the company to grow its sale from $11 Billion to over $17 Billion. He is also a business coach and is affiliated with the World Association of Business Coaches.
David Giertz has in the past worked with the Citigroup as well, and his performance with all the organizations he has worked for made him one of the most sought-after business executive in the industry. He has done Bachelor in Science from the famous Millikin University and has completed MBA from the University of Miami. David Giertz has featured on many popular business news channels like CNBC, MSNBC, Bloomberg, WSJ, and others. David Giertz in an interview to WSJ recently said that the financial advisors should suggest the people not to exclude social security with their investment and retirement planning as it can lead to a significant economic loss in the future.
David Giertz said people should plan their retirement planning much earlier in their life and keep making modifications from time to time to ensure that it would be meeting its financial goals in the future. As many people do not understand the importance of social security in the retirement planning, he aims to create awareness about it to ensure that people discuss it with their financial advisor and keep it as a part of their portfolio. David Giertz is also associated with FINRA as industry arbitrator. In the past, he was on the Board of Directors at Girl Scouts of Broward County.