NFLPA Registered Player Financial Advisor

As a NFLPA Registered Player Financial Advisor, we not only meet but exceed the appropriate professional qualifications to be eligible to participate in the program.

Success on the field demands a trusted fiduciary you can depend on off the field - to guide and advise you.

We seek to be a one-stop holistic planning resource for professional athletes, coaches and their agents.

Our LifePrint® Advantage provides you with a personalized game plan to help you define what your ONE BEST LIFE looks like to you.

Together we will build a plan that keeps you focused on being the best you can be today, by knowing that you will maintain the financial foundation to enjoy it into your future.

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We take the time to get to know you and learn about what is most important to you.

We are an independent Fiduciary, know that your best interest is deep at heart and apparent in everything we do.
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The NFLPA Financial Advisor Must:

  • bullet Hold a bachelor’s degree from an Accredited College or University
  • bullet Have a minimum of eight (8) years of relevant work experience
  • bullet Meet the qualification requirements in his or her area of financial expertise
  • bullet Maintain a minimum of $4 million of insurance coverage, through professional liability, errors & omissions or a fidelity bond
  • bullet Maintain a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNERTM(CFP®)and/or a Chartered Financial Analyst® (CFA) designation
  • bullet Not have any civil, criminal or regulatory history related to fraud
  • bullet Not have any customer complaints or litigation at the time of application
  • bullet Not maintain custody of player funds unless deemed a qualified custodian

Who started the NFLPA Advisor Registration Program?

The idea for the Financial Advisor Registration Program came from the players themselves. It was created to provide players with an additional layer of protection - not just from poor financial advice, but also from outright fraud.

What’s the benefit of working with an NFLPA Registered Player Financial Advisor?

The intent of the NFLPA Program is to benefit the players by providing them with access to a qualified group of financial advisors that have met certain eligibility criteria. Advisors registered in the NFLPA Program can also attend complimentary educational webinars and an annual conference held jointly with contact advisors.

How do I find an NFLPA Registered Player Financial Advisor?

Financial Advisors who meet the requirements of NFLPA are listed on the NFLPA’s password-protected website. The NFLPA routinely promotes the Program to players and contract advisors. However, under an SEC No-Action Letter, the NFLPA cannot recommend any particular advisor or institution.

Who can apply for NFLPA Registration?

Registration to become a NFLPA Registered Player Financial Advisor is typically granted to individual persons, and generally not to any firm, corporation, partnership, or other business entity. There is no limitation on the number of individuals in any one firm, corporation, partnership, or other business entity who are eligible for registration.

The National Football League Players Association (NFLPA) is the union for professional football players in the National Football League.

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