Since 1997, State Bank of Southwest Missouri has provided financial services through Wealth and Investment Services. As a market leader for wealth management, we are excited to introduce to you Certified Financial PlannerTM (CFP®), Mike Sisney.
At State Bank, we strive to provide superior customer service. This is especially true of Mike Sisney. He has completed additional training and education to attain the CFP® designation. When combining over 20 years of traditional banking experience with the CFP® credentials, Mike is uniquely qualified to be your financial advisor.
Mike welcomes you to talk with him regarding your financial needs. Whether it be savings, investments or insurance, Mike will be pleased to help you analyze and implement your goals.
If you are in need of a financial service advisor or just looking for a second opinion on the structure of your portfolio, please consider Mike Sisney through Wealth and Investment Services at State Bank of Southwest Missouri.
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