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How Can Leadership Play a Key Role in Converting Your Plan to Results?

Consider for a moment that many of our clients, before they became our clients, faced some sort of challenges in trying to get counsel around their financial affairs. Generally, the topic was one of stress and obligation rather than inspiration and excitement. At Cedar Brook, we find this ironic: think of all the sweat equity and tenacity that goes into your life’s work. Certainly the planning for what to do with the results of it all should be infused with pride of ownership – a chance to think big about your future.


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About Frank Legan

Frank Legan is Partner, Financial Advisor, and member of the Investment Committee at Cedar Brook, one of the largest independent wealth management firms in Northeast Ohio.

Frank spends his days designing and implementing personalized financial planning strategies for corporate executives, closely held business owners, artists, families, and retirees. He specializes in lifetime income strategies, investment advice, and estate planning services. He also works with businesses to develop strategic and succession planning strategies. Frank has a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from the University of Dayton, as well as a Master of Public Administration degree focused on municipal management from Cleveland State University.

Prior to joining Cedar Brook Financial Partners, LLC, Frank was a financial advisor in the private client group at Merrill Lynch and with NatCity/PNC Investments. Frank is active in his community, serving on various councils, boards, and committees. When he’s not working, you can find Frank spending time with his wife, Laura, their daughter, Reese, and their beloved collie, Charlie. Frank and his family are volunteers at St. Francis of Assisi church in Gates Mills.

Frank also serves as Vice Chair of the Board of Directors for Catholic Charities Diocese of Cleveland. To learn more about Frank, connect with him on LinkedIn.

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