Neal A. Slafsky, ChFC, CFP®VICE PRESIDENT
Neal A. Slafsky is responsible for advising clients on all facets of financial and estate planning, helping them chart a financial course for lifetime wealth creation at the Ft. Lauderdale office of Goldman Sachs Personal Financial Management, within the Consumer and Investment Management Division of Goldman Sachs. His philosophy is to offer customized financial planning advice only after fully understanding a client's needs, goals and dreams.
For over 30 years, Neal has been helping clients with their financial and estate planning needs. Neal began his career in the pension consulting business with International Advisor in Massachusetts. Neal also spent several years with Lincoln National Life in the Long Term Care Insurance area. He continued on his career path with Lincoln and relocated to South Florida with his young family to fill the Regional Director of Financial Planning role. Neal eventually returned to serving clients directly and formed Capital Planning Group, which United Capital acquired in 2009 and subsequently became part of Goldman Sachs, now known as Goldman Sachs Personal Financial Management.
He has earned the professional designations of CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ (CFP®) and Chartered Financial Consultant® (ChFC®).
Neal is married with three sons. He is an avid amateur photographer, an occasionally decent golfer and lives part of the year in Florida and part in North Carolina with Deb, his wife and biggest fan for the last 30 plus years.
Investment advisory services offered by United Capital Financial Advisers, LLC d/b/a Goldman Sachs Personal Financial Management (“GS PFM”), a registered investment adviser and an affiliate of Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC (“GS&Co.”) and subsidiary of The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. a worldwide, full-service investment banking, broker-dealer, asset management, and financial services organization. Brokerage services offered through GS&Co. or Mercer Allied Company, L.P. (“Mercer”), member FINRA/SIPC. GS&Co., Mercer and GS PFM do not provide legal, tax, or accounting advice. Clients should obtain their own independent legal, tax, or accounting advice based on their particular circumstances.