Wealth & Investment Manager
Forrest Bouyer serves as SFAGL’s Vice President of Business Development, helping new and inexperienced advisors as they join the firm. He is a 1996 graduate of Michigan State University where he earned a BA in Public Administration. Prior to MSU, Forrest served in the United State Army/Military Police for four years. Immediately after college he worked at the State of Michigan for ten years before coming into the financial services industry.
Forrest has a passion for developing long-term relationships with his financial services clients. He has focused his practice in working with individuals, families, and small businesses who are concerned about their long-term security and their future lifestyles.
Forrest strives to be known as a trusted advisor and financial steward. He works to develop a sound financial strategy that reduces uncertainty and helps put his clients on a path to achieve their financial goals. Goal-based solutions include construction of properly allocated portfolios that reduce exposure to unnecessary risks and working with recognized strategists to help ensure a better potential for success. In 2017, based on production and tenure, Forrest was named the “Gold Advisor of the Year” at Securian Financial Services. He has also been the “Advisor of the Year” for the past three years with SFAGL.
Forrest and his wife Theresa have four sons; William, Matthew, Andrew and Forrest Jr., and 3 young grandchildren. Forrest is an avid MSU sports fan and volunteer basketball coach. He also serves on the board of Theresa’s non-profit organization, Petals & Pinecones, a Christian Young Ladies’ Mentorship Program. He currently serves as a Deacon at Kingdom Life Church in Lansing, Mi.
Forrest is a registered representative and Investment advisor representative of Securian Financial Services, Inc.
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