Michael Luftman, ChFC®, CASL®

EVP - Head of Wealth Management

Financial Planner, Investment Advisor Representative
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Michael began his career in 1997 attending the Investment Banking Program with PaineWebber. Shortly thereafter, he became a Financial Planner with Scher Financial Group, an office of MetLife, before forming Hudson Wealth Advisors. In 2016, the MetLife Premier Client Group (MPCG) was acquired by MassMutual, and Hudson Wealth Advisors was merged into Fortis Lux Financial. Michael is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelor of Science in Finance. Michael also attended the University of Seville, Spain where he studied International Finance and Taxation.

Michael is committed to building long-term relationships with his clients, and helping them reach their goals is his number one priority. He focuses on wealth management strategies and investments, as well as protection and retirement planning. Drawing on his knowledge, experience, and world-class planning tools, he strives to help build financial freedom for all his clients.

Michael is a member of many prestigious organizations, such as the National Association for Insurance & Financial Advisors (NAIFA), the Financial Planning Association (FPA), the International Association for Financial Planners (IAFP) and previously, the National Football League Financial Advisory Program (NFLFA).

He has received several honors and designations including MetLife Securities Advisory Board (2004-2016), Fidelity’s Advisory Council (2001- present) and BlackRock’s Masters Club (2007-present). Michael achieved the ChFC® (Chartered Financial Consultant) designation in May 2010 along with his CASL® (Chartered Advisor for Senior Living) designation shortly thereafter.

Outside the office, Michael enjoys coaching two baseball teams in his community, running 5k races with his children for War Veterans and Cancer charity organizations, reading non-fiction books on Navy Seals and Special Forces (military), and mentoring through the Veterans Association.