Bryce Harrison, a wealth management associate at Harford Financial Group, has received the Certified Financial Planner certification.
The Certified Financial Planner certification is the standard of excellence in financial planning. It is given to professionals who meet rigorous education, training and ethical standards. Recipients are committed to serving their clients’ best interests to prepare them for a more secure future.
Harrison, who holds a degree in accounting from Towson University, joined Harford Financial Group as an intern in 2017 and accepted a full-time position upon graduation. In addition to passing the Certified Financial Planner exam, he has also passed the Series 7 and Series 66 exams.
Getting to know his clients is one of Harrison’s favorite parts of working for Harford Financial Group. He also enjoys studying investment strategies and continuously educates himself on the ever-changing financial industry.
When he isn’t in the office, Harrison enjoys fishing on the Chesapeake Bay, attending cookouts with family and friends and going to Orioles games.
The advisers at Harford Financial Group specialize in retirement income planning in Harford, Cecil and Baltimore counties.
ABOUT BRYCE HARRISON
Bachelor of Science in accounting from Towson University
If you had not chosen your current profession, what profession would you choose and why?
Accounting. I always knew I wanted to have a career in business. Having a foundation in accounting is a good platform for a business career. There are a lot of different routes you can go.
The beach. I love everything about it – the sunshine, the sound of the waves, cold drinks and good food. I don’t think there is a better place to unplug
When I want to relax, … :
I go golfing with my friends and family. It’s a great way to spend time outside, with the people I love, doing something fun.
I love comedy movies. “Wedding Crashers” and “Step Brothers” are two of my all-time favorites.
“Make hay while the sun shines” is my favorite quote. I have the utmost respect for my parents and grandparents who lived by this quote and instilled a strong work ethic in me.