“The first check you collect in retirement should be no different than the last check you collected while working.”
– Brian Eyster
Brian Eyster is a personal and business advisor with Financial Architects, part of a team that specializes in helping to ensure the financial success of physicians, executives, and family-run and closely held business owners. Brian helps his clients understand the myriad of financial choices available to them and helps them design a financial future that works.
Clients have come to build relationships with Brian that go beyond business, to friendship. His expertise and wealth of knowledge include succession planning, risk management, resource allocation, wealth creation planning and family business dynamics.
An advisor for more than 14 years, Brian is an accomplished public speaker, discussing topics such as generational family wealth, business planning, succession planning, exit strategies, executive compensation, risk management and tax-advantaged strategies.
Brian received a Finance degree from Michigan State University and has completed several industry-related courses in investment management, economics, financial planning and risk management. He has recently begun coursework to pursue both the CAP (Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy) and the RICP (Retirement Income Certified Professional) designations—all awarded from The American College of Bryn Mawr, PA.
Brian is a member of VH1’s Save the Music Foundation and contributor to Mr. Holland’s Opus Foundation and the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Michigan. He enjoys music, guitar and attending concert/sporting events. Brian resides in Royal Oak, Michigan with his wife and two daughters.