Adam J. Finch
Adam focuses on providing clients unbiased financial guidance and independent investment management. He is driven to continually improve the RFC client experience, and to inspire clients to lead more balanced, organized and simplified financial lives so they can focus time on those things in life that cannot be delegated.
He has completed the CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ and Accredited Investment Fiduciary (AIF®) Designations. Prior to co-founding RFC Financial Planners, Adam worked with Sigma Financial Corporation, Merrill Lynch and for his family’s window cleaning business. Adam holds the series 7, 24 and 66 licenses, as well as Life, Health and Annuity insurance licenses. Adam graduated Magna Cum Laude and with honors from Eastern Michigan University with a bachelor’s degree in Finance.
Spending time with his family, wife Angie (who owns an accounting firm), daughters Hannah and Maddie, and sons Ben and Alex, is where you will find Adam outside of work. Currently, the boys play hockey, and the girls compete in golf and tennis. In addition to spending time with family and friends, he enjoys reading, playing tennis and golf, board games and Detroit Lions football.
GETTING TO KNOW ADAM
Favorite food or restaurant: BBQ
Best piece of financial advice received: To be financially successful focus on what you’re best at. To keep financial success, diversify your talents and interests.
Favorite book: A Song of Ice and Fire
Favorite holiday: Halloween
Favorite movie: Shawshank Redemption
Place Adam would most like to visit: Space
Biggest accomplishment (so far): Starting and running our own business
Hobbies/Interests: Tennis and golf. Watching our children’s sporting events and activities. Detroit Lions football.
Do you have any pets? Louie, Jill and Lilly.
Children: Hannah, Maddie, Ben and Alex.
Favorite music: A little bit of everything
Question: Farthest from home you have ever traveled and why? Hawaii, for a family get away
Question: Stranded on a deserted island. You get one book, one movie, and one CD. What are they?
Book: “Boy Scout Handbook” – there is a lot in there I would probably need to know.
Movie: Shawshank Redemption