For Dan Cairo helping people attain their personal and professional financial goals is rewarding work. As President and Founder of The Elite Financial Network, Inc., Dan takes a comprehensive approach to financial consulting. A complete plan involves understanding all aspects of your life even if you already have some of the pieces in place. He sees his role as helping people make well-informed decisions about their finances. His goal is to help individuals avoid major financial setbacks, simplify their financial lives, and achieve confidence in their investments.
With over 29 years of experience in the financial services profession, Dan is an experienced adviser in the area of financial consulting & wealth management. He has served on the National Advisory Board of his previous broker-dealers and sat on NPC's President's Advisory Council and has also achieved *Pinnacle Status for outstanding achievement for his organization.
Dan is also the Registered Principal for EFN and has put together a team of financial services professionals in order to provide our clients with comprehensive planning that examines taxes, cash flow, insurance, estate planning, retirement planning, and investments. “We not only assist our individual and corporate clients, but serve as an information center in assisting our statewide network of investment consultants in helping them help their clients reach their financial goals.” Clients of The Elite Financial Network, Inc. have the comfort in working with our team of professionals and know that we can be their center for just about any financial need they may have.
Dan lives in Huntington Beach, California with his wife Cindy and their children, Austin, Adam, Karina and the “Cairo Mascot’s”, ROXY their Wheaton Terrier and Casper our Multi-Poo. As parents they are very active in the lives of their children and realize that children are a gift that we have only for a short period of time. Love them, support them and invest emotionally in their future.
*Status based on Gross Dealer Concession and is not indicative of investment performance.