David studied MBA at the Millikin University and BS at the University of Miami. He started his career at Citigroup. He worked as a Financial Services Advisor at Citigroup. David went to Nationwide and became an Area Director. Nationwide promoted him to Executive Vice President of sales. Giertz always surpassed industry expectations earning accolades and promotions. The World Association of Business Coaches certified Dave as Business Coach. David has also attained a Gallup Associate Engagement Score. David is a registered member of FINRA where he is also a certified broker.
David has worked in Financial Services for over thirty years. He got a promotion to become the Senior Vice President of Nationwide Sales and Distribution Division in 2013. He has consistently produced successful results. David’s hard work has increased Nationwide’s Revenues by more than 70%. The results have risen from $11 Billion to $17.8 Billion. David holds a few senior vice president positions at Nationwide’s subsidiaries.
David Giertz notes that Nationwide’s Financial Services Division has come to improve the lives of many people. David notes that financial services advisors who provide advice to clients on social security only discuss multiple security memos. Nationwide conducted a study where Giertz observed that 4 out of 5 clients in the survey prefer changing their financial service advisors if they don’t talk about social security. Giertz, however, says that social security is not a simple topic. He says that the social security topic’s handbook has two thousand seven hundred rules.
David says that financial service advisors should understand each rule individually to get better comprehension. David Giertz notes that financial service advisors must factor in social security issues in their conversations with clients. The financial advisors will avoid losing clients if they don’t talk about social security comprehensively. David says that Social security increases financial advisors’ income by up to forty percent. David says that financial advisors who do not take social security issues seriously lose money in the long term. He adds that social security knowledge is very essential.