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Ben Zamora Joins Wilde Wealth Management Group as an Investment Advisor
By Alison Bailin - Wednesday Sep 23, 2020
Wilde Wealth Management Group, an award-winning independent financial advisory firm with offices in Scottsdale, Tempe, Glendale, Payson, Tucson and Indiana, is pleased to announce Ben Zamora has joined the firm as an Investment Advisor. In his role, Zamora will focus on helping clients be prepared for critical financial events in their lives such as retirement, strategic investment planning and caring for future generations. He will work from the firm’s Scottsdale/Paradise Valley office, which is located at 7025 N. Scottsdale Road, Suite 115.

Zamora earned his Bachelor’s degree in business management from Arizona State University, and also holds a certificate of financial planning from Boston Institute of Finance. In 2006, he pursued his interest in the stock market and began his career in finance with Wells Fargo. His thirst for knowledge has taken him from financial forums to discussions with portfolio managers, economists, estate attorneys and accountants in search of ideas to help him best serve his clients.

“For me, the relationship comes first. I believe it’s important to have a trusting, personal relationship with my clients in order to fully understand their goals and objectives, to be able to better deliver my advice and guidance,” says Zamora. “My focus is helping clients be prepared for critical financial events in their lives so they can focus on their personal and professional passions.”

Zamora and his wife, Jessica, live in north Phoenix with their children, Olivia and Leo. In his spare time, Zamora enjoys hiking and traveling with his family, and loves cheering on his Arizona Cardinals on Sundays.