Kurt D. Cambier CFP®, ChFC
Kurt D. Cambier has appeared on National and International Television Networks like Fox Business News Network, CNBC World Wide and BNN Canada. He is often interviewed and quoted in publications such as Bloomberg News, Fiduciary News, Financial Planning Magazine, Financial Times and Mainstreet.com. In 2014, Kurt had his book published “The Future is Brighter Than You Think” available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble or ask Kurt Cambier for an autograph copy.
Kurt D. Cambier has been assisting clients with their financial planning needs since 1986. He focuses on comprehensive financial planning, including investment management, long-term care planning, asset management and risk management. Kurt’s clients are primarily mature investors who seek to more clearly understand their own risk tolerances and financial planning goals.
“Accumulating wealth is only half the battle,” says Kurt.“I help clients safeguard and manage their capital resources and work toward the long-range goals of funding their children’s educations and comfortable retirements, protecting their families from misfortune and liability, and planning for the tax-efficient distribution of their wealth. As an independent planner, I am free from the influence of a head office, or the pressures of selling proprietary products or meeting sales quotas. My clients can always count on me to make their best interests my top priorities.”
A graduate of the University of South Dakota, Kurt is a member of the Financial Planning Association and the Society of Financial Service Professionals. He was named to the “Top Leaders Club” and participated as a featured speaker in the National Long-Term Care Forum titled “The Meeting of the Allstars,” held in Nashville, Tennessee. Following extensive course work and examinations, Kurt earned the CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER TM and the Chartered Financial Consultant designations.
Kurt supports his community by his support of various charities. He has been a youth coach in basketball, soccer and baseball. In his leisure, he enjoys fly-fishing, golf, and gardening. Most of all, he enjoys spending time with his wife, Jeannette, and their three children.