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John Arnot, CFP® AIF®

John Arnot, CFP® AIF®

President and Financial Advisor

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John Arnot
, a long-time Arlington resident, has a broad range of experience in investment management and financial planning. John joined Coble Cravens in 1983 and in 1994 he and Jerry Proter purchased the business. Over time they built it into a comprehensive financial planning, investment advisory, and employee benefits firm. For over 30 years, he has been helping business owners, families and professionals pursue their most important financial goals, which include preserving assets and increasing net worth through innovative plan design and personal investments.

In addition, John serves as a sales manager for Cetera Advisor Networks, responsible for supervising a group of registered representatives in the areas of compliance and continuing education. 

John has been active in many civic and community organizations, such as Downtown Arlington Management Corporation, Young Men for Arlington, March of Dimes, Arlington Independent School District, Arlington Chamber of Commerce as well as serving on the board of North Arlington Little League. From 1993 through 1997 John was recognized by Arlington Independent School District for outstanding volunteer service as community coordinator of the Arlington Scholars program and in 1999 he was awarded the Lynn Hale Leadership in Education award*. John lives in Arlington with his wife Holli. They have two children, Andrew and Ian.

Areas of Focus
Estate Planning
Wealth Management
Financial Planning, Asset Allocation and Investment Management
Business Continuity Planning
Design of Employee Benefit Plans

Designations / Registrations
Certified Financial Planner® (CFP®)  learn more
Accredited Investment Fiduciary® (AIF®)
Series 7, 63 and 24
Group 1 (Life and Health) Insurance
Sales Manager for Cetera Advisor Networks LLC

Education
Texas Christian University
B.A. in Finance

 

*The Arlington Independent School District (AISD) Education Foundation established the Lynn Hale Leadership in Education Award to promote and support the continuing improvement of educational programs offered by the AISD by supporting programs for which tax funds are not available; providing support for improved educational opportunities for teachers, students and employees; recognizing excellence through teacher awards; and providing a vehicle for contributing directly to the continuance of educational excellence for our children. Listing in this publication is not a guarantee of future investment success. This recognition should not be construed as an endorsement of the advisor by any client.