Our team is growing at Adams Wealth and we are excited to introduce you to yet another new member of our team. Russell Madsen joins us as our Vice President of Business Development. His role is to identify, create and cultivate relationships.
Russ has a Bachelors’ degree in Business from Utah State University. Additionally, he has great experience in business development, as well as insurance. Before joining our team, Russ worked with an insurance group who worked with high net worth companies and individuals with diverse needs. His experience in this role and others, has given him a great understanding of the unique responsibility that fiduciaries have in doing what is always best for the client.
“The reason I love this business so much, is because of all the opportunities I have for meeting many unique people. I’m driven by establishing and maintaining solid relationships more than anything else,” Russ replied when asked what his expertise was in the industry.
Russ is from Preston Idaho and is very proud of his Idaho blood. He, his wife and three kids love the outdoors and enjoy physical activities like hunting. Russ is also in the Utah Army National Guard and loves wearing our nations uniform.
We at Adams Wealth are extremely grateful for Russ’ service to our country, and are thrilled to have him join our team as the Vice President of Business Development. Welcome Russ!
Russ would love to connect through LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/adams-wealth-advisors/. Or visit his profile for direct contact informationhttps://adamswealth.stealthmedia.com/our-team/.
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