Greg Freeman

Greg Freeman
Greg Freeman is President & CEO of TrustWealth Strategies. Greg has been focused on wealth management and financial planning for the entirety of his career. Before establishing TrustWealth, Greg spent 10 years of his career as a Partner and wealth advisor with WestPoint Financial Group where he built a successful financial planning practice and became a perennial Blue-Chip and Top of Council producer for MassMutual. Greg was named “Advisor of the Year” with WestPoint Financial in 2014 and remained amongst the top quintile of financial advisors nationwide. After earning his Bachelor of Science degree in Finance through the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, Greg had the ambition to become a financial entrepreneur which would allow him to work in a capacity that would leverage his natural ability to coach and connect with the people in the community. Greg believes with the correct coaching, systems and strategies ANYTHING is possible. He and his team are focused on building a client-centric wealth management platform to service and care for TWS clients across the country. Greg designs the best approach for his clients to reach their short, mid and long-term financial goals while living in the moment. Looking back on the early years of his career, he acknowledges how much effort it took to establish a firm foundation. But like many successful entrepreneurs, he was motivated by a vision, and put in the necessary time to get his business off to a strong start. Growing up in Central Indiana, Greg enjoys building and growing his practice around clients who he says, “become like family to me.” Greg is a native of Knightstown, Indiana and currently resides in Indianapolis. When Greg is not working, he enjoys spending time with his family and friends. As an avid sports fan, you can find Greg playing golf with his clients and friends or cheering on his alma mater as well as the Indianapolis Colts and Indiana Pacers.
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