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10333 East 21st Street N.
Wichita, KS 67206
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My Professional Background
I was born in Sudan and came to the United States in 1990, initially settling in New York City before heading west to Wichita where I now make my home.
Initially, after completing my graduate studies, I pursued a career in banking, starting as a teller with Emprise Bank and, after just three years, was named a branch manager. In 2005, I decided to move into investments and work directly with clients to help them achieve their long-term financial goals.
My clients often describe me as disciplined, determined, and tenacious. These qualities have served me well as I settled in my new country and pursued my career as a financial advisor. Most importantly, they also characterize my approach to financial services today.
In 2011, I joined the newly-opened Wichita branch of Benjamin F. Edwards & Co. I did so with the knowledge that my clients would be well-served by the firm’s breadth of products and services, and the understanding that they would enjoy working with a firm that was as passionate about my clients as I am.
Areas of Concentration
- Retirement income planning
- Traditional and Roth IRAs
- Estate plans
- 401(k) and 403(b) rollovers
- Education funding strategies and 529 Plans
Education and Credentials
- Sana’a Univeristy (Yemen) – Undergraduate degree in Economics and Political Science
- Wichita State University – Master of Science, Economics and Business Management, and a “mini-MBA.”
- Accredited Asset Management SpecialistSM (AAMS®), 2011
What is an AAMS®? Earning the ACCREDITED ASSET MANAGEMENT SPECIALISTSM, or AAMS®, certification from the College for Financial Planning means that a financial advisor has successfully completed a course of study, passed an exam, and is compliant with a Code of Ethics, which includes agreeing to abide by the Standards of Professional Conduct. In addition, the designation is subject to renewal requirements every two years, which in includes the completion of 16 hours continuing education, and a reaffirmation to the Code of Ethics.