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Dino A. Giovannone, CRPS®

Financial Strategist

Dino is a financial strategist in the Wheeling office, helping wealth management clients and retirement plan sponsors achieve their financial goals. He is also a member of our Illiquid Assets Specialized Practice Group.

Licensing and Education

  • Bachelor of Science in Accounting Franciscan University
  • Certified Retirement Plan Specialist (CRPS®)

Accomplishments and Honors

With more than 30 years of experience in the financial services industry, Dino began his career as a financial advisor at a national broker-dealer. He was later promoted to a vice president role where he led branch office managers located in multiple states, including Ohio, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania. Dino also worked for Federated Investors as director of retirement sales and later as internal sales manager for the Midwest Region of its Broker-Dealer Division. Over the course of his career, Dino has attended several executive training programs at the Wharton School of Business (University of Pennsylvania) and Duke University.

Community Involvement

Dino serves on the board of advisors of Franciscan University of Steubenville. He is also a past president of both the Ohio and Marshall County Habitat for Humanity Board of Directors. Other past community and board involvement includes Boy Scouts of America, Capuchin Friars, the Province of St. Augustine, Catholic Charities and the Wheeling Area Hockey Association.

Dino’s Articles
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American Muscle: A Great Ride, Maybe A Great Portfolio Asset As Well?

Vintage cars are among the types of illiquid assets that can add considerable value to your portfolio. It's important to discuss these assets and other types of collectibles you may own with your financial advisor.

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Why Career Growth May Be Your Most Valuable Financial Asset

When you’re asked about your financial assets , where does your mind go? You might consider your savings account balance, a 401K, your investment portfolio, perhaps a second home. But did you ever stop and consider your CAREER as a financial asset? Most people don’t. But they should. Learn more.

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Business Owners: Taking Care of Your Most Important Wealth Management Asset is Like Playing Guitar

Business owners should consider their business and its associated risks when developing an overall wealth management strategy with their financial advisor.

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