May 2, 2017
Meet the Team: Thad Schlaud
Unlike most in the financial services industry, Thad is not motivated by money or power, but by mastering his trade and being the best at what he does. He knows that if he is able to accomplish this the other variables will fall into place.
Since college, Thad has worked in the personal finance industry – from banking to financial planning – but nothing quite felt like home until he came to Gainplan. He values being a vital part of discussions regarding the future of the firm; not simply working for a “boss” but being able to build something in conjunction with those around him. Though limited by the twenty-four hours in each day, Thad is constantly problem solving for both his clients and the firm.
A true student of his craft, Thad would like little more than to meet the father of modern business theory – Peter Druker. An avid reader – when time allows – Thad would love to pick the brain of the author of some of his favorite material.
With his nose always to the grindstone and one eye to the future, Thad Schlaud is a perfect fit for Gainplan’s mission – unparalleled client service and financial advice.
Check back next month to learn more about our next team member!
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