Arthur Rottenstein, Has been living in South Florida since 1991 and has been working in the financial services field for more than 33 years. Licensed in securities (Series 7, 65, 24), and insurance (life, health, and annuities) since 1982, he is currently a Registered Securities Principal with Raymond James Financial Services. Additionally, Arthur is an Investment Advisor Representative with Raymond James Financial Services, a Registered Investment Advisor with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Arthur’s financial planning philosophy focuses on personal care given to each client. He prides himself on his attention to each client’s individual situation working with them to determine his or her specific aims, goals and objectives. Well versed in complex estate planning, family, and intergenerational planning issues, he establishes a customized program for clients utilizing his relationships with attorneys, accountants and other professionals. Often, business and retirement planning also plays an important part in potentially achieving the client’s goals. He has found that educating his clients in the areas necessary to help them accomplish their objectives through the use of trusts, asset allocation, tax strategies and proper money management establishes the foundation for a strong and trusted relationship. By utilizing Raymond James Wealth Management Services, Arthur is able to address high net-worth challenges with high net-worth solutions.
As a noted contributing columnist for several South Florida publications, Arthur reaches out to those people seeking guidance in financial matters. (view articles) Among other notable achievements, Arthur was recognized by the South Florida Business Journal as 2004 Heavy Hitter in Finance for Financial Services.
One of Arthur's area of expertise is creating and managing income producing portfolios, primarily for Seniors, though not exclusively. "I believe my clients must receive income while they are waiting for appreciation to compensate them for the risk they are taking. It's not enough to own something in the hopes that it may rise in value."
Most importantly, Arthur believes in dealing with his clients as people, where understanding and caring is paramount. “I really care about my clients, which hopefully every financial advisor does. I understand how much money means to someone that worked hard for it."