As a Regional Vice President of Fisher Investments’ Private Client Group, John Cross serves investors in the Central and Southern California regions. John started his career with Fisher Investments in February of 2007. With over 12 years of experience in the financial services industry, John is uniquely suited to reviewing your current financial situation to see if Fisher Investments is the right fit for you.
John’s goal is to help people understand how Fisher Investments’ services can help them. If you need guidance crossing from the working world into retirement, simply trying to build wealth, or maybe you’re new to the investing world, John can help you decide if Fisher Investments is the right money manager for your needs.
Before he became a Regional Vice President, John started his career at Fisher Investments as an Account Executive, then an Investment Counselor. As an Investment Counselor, John worked with existing clients to help with any investing or service needs they had. It was especially important to keep clients up-to-date and help them stay disciplined to their long-term investment strategy based on their retirement lifestyle and financial goals (during good times or bad in the stock market.)
Prior to joining Fisher Investments, John trained as an insurance agent. He has a degree in Finance from the University of Arizona as well as a Series 65 license.
John loves coming to work because he meets good people every day. He also enjoys how Fisher Investments’ services are focused on building trust and long-term client relationships.
His hometown is Buckeye, AZ, but lives in Ventura, CA with his wife and twin girls. In his free time, he enjoys competing in Spartan races.
If you’re interested in Fisher Investments’ services, John will be happy to review your current financial situation. He will also introduce you to the array of resources available to you from a world-class money manager.
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