Scott Holden has been a representative of Centinel Financial Group since 1985. Scott works with each of his clients as an individual to bring a level of personalized service to the relationship. It is his clients' values that drive the financial decision making process.
Scott maintains a long-term perspective in the financial goal setting process, and believes it is paramount in building a successful financial future. He follows a discipline that puts the unique needs of his clients first, and places emphasis on relationships built on trust and respect. He provides innovative strategies through a wide range of financial services, both as a registered representative and through an extensive team of financial and business professionals.
Scott achieved landmark career status when he was inducted into John Hancock Hall of Fame in 2015 and was also recognized for once again qualifying as a member of the Million Dollar Round Table, considered one of the premier associations for financial professionals. Scott is the author of “The Early Retirement Dilemma,” published in the March 2014 issue of Life & Health Advisor. He has also been quoted in “Wealth Protection,” published in the June/July 2013 issue of The Suit Magazine.
Scott lives in Sudbury, Massachusetts with his daughter, Laura, and his son, Eric. He is an active member of the local community, having served on the Board of Directors of his Local Youth Hockey Association and coaching youth hockey. He is also a volunteer for Habitat for Humanity. He graduated from Hobart College in 1984 and enjoys boating in the summer months and spending time with his children's activities.
Qualifying membership in the MDRT is based on minimum commission and gross business generated within a year, and is not based upon performance or returns experienced by any client, or opinions of the advisor's clients or former clients.
The Achieving Client Excellence Award (ACE) was granted by former broker-dealer Signator Investors, Inc. and the John Hancock family of companies. The ACE award is granted to the top 250 advisors each year based on total weighted premium from the sale of both proprietary and non-proprietary protection and wealth products. No other factors are considered.
The Hall of Fame was an elite group of financial representatives of former broker-dealer Signator Investors, Inc. and the John Hancock family of companies. To be included in the HOF, inductees need to qualify for the ACE award 15 times.
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