David Giertz is a renowned business person in Dublin, Ohio. He has served in the finance sector for over 30 years. He serves at the Nationwide Financials Sales and Distribution Organization as the president. He found the organization with revenue of about $11 billion, but he has grown it to about $17.8 billion today. This kind of tremendous growth shows the kind of a leader David is. He holds a bachelor degree in science from Millikin University. David later went for his master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA) from Miami University. He started his career when he was quite young working at Citicorp Investment as the adviser of financial services for about 10 years.
David Giertz is a man who doesn’t settle for anything less than what he has in mind. His level of dedication and hard work is admired by many people, and it has earned him several promotions throughout his career. It is hard work that saw him rise to the position of a Vice President and Area Director of sales. Through his commitment and zeal for business, he enabled the company he was working for to realize a 48 percent revenue growth in seven states. He has been a broker for the National Investment Services Corporation upon registering with FINRA. David is also the man behind the strategic distribution of the retirement plans in the private sector. Other strategic schemes he leads involve IMOs, life insurance, warehouses, and annuities.
On retirement plans, David is a great financial planner. He says that people need to save when they are still young to ensure quality life and healthcare after retirement. Despite the huge living expenses one has, they should also have a backup for funds. He says that people don’t save because they have had enough, but because they have a future plan they want to accomplish. He notes that the best way to avoid a financial crisis is coming up with a savings plan. He has been the Chairman of the Board of Trustees, and the Finance and Budget committee chairman at the Millikin University. He is a great book reader especially the books on entrepreneurship such as The First 99 Days by Michael Watkins.