Daniel V. Miele, MBA, LUTCF

Daniel V. Miele, MBA, LUTCF

Investment Advisor Representative

Phone: 781.837.9921 x4125
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Daniel Miele is a representative of Centinel Financial Group, LLC, an independent office of John Hancock Financial Network. Daniel received his Bachelor of Science degree in Management at Keene State College and his Masters of Science in Financial Economics at Boston University. Prior to working at Centinel, Daniel worked as a Business Analyst Consultant at Cutter Associates and State Street Corporation for three years. He spent five years working as a Trader/Trading Assistant on the Quantitive and Active Trading Desk at Grantham, Mayo, Van Otterloo, LLC., a premier asset manager for large institutional accounts.

Daniel considers it an honor and privilege, and is always willing to accommodate his clients' wishes. He believes there are several standards and beliefs by which he complies with his clients. First, confidentiality is the cornerstone of his business. Each of his client relationships is distinctly separate and private. Second, thoughtful and courteous service is always a top priority. All of Daniel's clients are treated with the utmost respect and dignity and will never be given advice or counsel without thoroughly understanding his or her needs.

Daniel is the Public Relations Officer and an active board member of the Boston University Alumni Association of Cape Cod. He is a voluntary band member for the South Shore Bay Concert Band. The band plays in order to raise scholarship money for graduating high school seniors. Daniel is also a member of the Million Dollar Round Table, the premier Association of Financial Professionals. Dan proudly served 8 years as an Army Reservist in Vermont and Rhode Island. He was honorably discharged in December 1998.

In his free time, Daniel enjoys spending time outdoors, hiking, running and biking. He volunteers much of his time as a coach for youth football and soccer. Daniel currently resides in Duxbury, MA with his sons, James and Charles. He teaches classes at New England College of Finance in business and finance to first year students.