David Robinson is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional and member of the Financial Planning Association. Serving clients at Robinson, Tigue, Sponcil & Associates in Phoenix, AZ and the surrounding communities.
With over 80 years of combined experience in the financial services area, Robinson, Tigue, Sponcil & Associates' mission is to safely and consistently grow our clients' wealth through independent, customized solutions designed to mirror each client's values, goals, and objectives. With an uncompromising commitment to quality and simplicity, we provide honest advice based on extensive knowledge and experience, dedicating ourselves to the financial success and peace of mind of every client.
David is a graduate of De Paul University in Chicago, Illinois, where he was recognized nationally for his academic achievements. He studied under the College for Financial Planning at Boston University and he is a member of the Financial Planning Association in Phoenix. David is a primary architect of the Prudent Optimization ProcessTM. David is the financial instructor at the Franciscan Renewal Center for those couples who are about to be married in the Phoenix Catholic Diocese.
David is Co-Chairman of Money Smart Kids of Arizona, a non-profit organization founded for the purpose of educating parents and children regarding smart choices with money. This program uses the "Money Savvy Pig," a product that was recently recognized in Business Week by USA Today as one of the "Best Products of 2002." David is also a board member for Catholic Charities.
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