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Rodriguez selected for outstanding service in his community PHOENIX, February 11, 2008 – Osaic Wealth, Inc., is proud to announce that David Rodriguez has been named Businessman of the Year by the Greater Austin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (GAHCC). He was recognized last Friday, February 8 at an awards banquet honoring all of the 2008 winners. Commenting on the announcement, Andy Martinez, GAHCC President and CEO said, “We considered several candidates for this prestigious award, but selected David for his professional accomplishments and outstanding commitment to the chamber, the community and the area’s residents. The Greater Austin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is the largest of its kind in Central Texas and the Businessman of the Year is one of our most prestigious awards. We are delighted to present David the most deserved award.” George Hicks, Office of Supervisory Jurisdiction with Osaic Wealth, Inc., said “David’s success can be attributed to the way he works with his individual and corporate clients. His core philosophy is to help his clients get the most value from their investment and insurance dollars. He has one of the fastest growing and most successful businesses in the Austin area and we congratulate him for this award.” Rodriguez has over 14 years of financial industry experience. He has been an independent financial advisor with Osaic Wealth, Inc. for the past six years. In addition to this Rodriguez is an active community member in Austin and a business member of the Greater Austin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. Rodriguez received his BBA in Accounting from Texas State University in 1995. He holds the Series 7, 8, 24, 52, 63 and 65 securities registrations.
Osaic Wealth, Inc. is a registered broker-dealer, a SEC-registered investment adviser, and member FINRA and SIPC.
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