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Christopher T. Lawson
Financial Planner

Premium Author Christopher T. Lawson

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Mr. Lawson has over 11 years experience providing sound financial advice to Corporate pension plans and affluent families. As a financial Planner with Sagemark Consulting he holds both general securities and investment advisor representative certifications. Previously he distinguished himself as a professional speaker and the president of Total Personal Development, Inc. A Santa Monica based financial education seminar company. In this role Mr. Lawson guided hundreds of successful individuals to a greater focus and clarity with respect to their financial lives. Mr. Lawson has presented at regional and national conferences for the following companies: Linsco/Private Ledger, American Express Financial Advisors, Associated Securities, TD Waterhouse Securities, and World Marketing Alliance. He has also worked with Merrill Lynch, UBS PaineWebber, Salomon Smith Barney (CitiGroup), and American Skandia (a Prudential Company).


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