Robert RogersAssociate, Wealth Manager, Miami
Robert Rogers, Miami, assists clients by creating personalized wealth management plans at the Miami office of Goldman Sachs Personal Financial Management, within the Consumer and Wealth Management Division of Goldman Sachs. Robert provides broad-based financial planning on a variety of topics, including investments, retirement planning, risk management, cash flow management, and employee benefits, mainly from Fortune 500 companies.
Robert spent more than 11 years as a licensed attorney working with business owners and individuals building business within and outside the United States. This work focused on helping business owners structure their companies and operations in a way that would protect their interests and grow their enterprises. Additionally, Robert worked at CT Corporation helping small enterprises to Fortune 500 companies maintain their multinational entities and corporate compliance.
Robert studied law at the University of Minnesota and holds a Masters in International Business from Florida International University and a Bachelor’s degree in International Studies from Brigham Young University.
Whenever you find Robert with some down time, you can find him watching almost any sporting event with a strong preference for BYU football and Miami Marlins baseball. Married with 3 children, Robert loves time with his family and finding new adventures and places for his children to explore especially if it included mountains, cabins and fly fishing.
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., member FINRA/SIPC. GS&Co. 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