H. Scott Wedgbury, CFP®
H. Scott Wedgbury is a Financial Advisor with California Financial Partners, Inc., a registered investment advisor and fee-based planning organization. Scott joined the financial services industry after spending over 15 years with the Tajima Group, initially as the International Operations Director at Tajima’s head office in Tokyo, and, after 1985, as the President and COO of their U.S. subsidiary.
After an initial period with the Sagemark Consulting Division of Lincoln Financial Advisors in Glendale, he joined with others from Sagemark to form California Financial Partners, Inc. Scott completed his undergraduate degree at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa and pursued graduate studies at Yale University. In 2000, upon completing the required coursework to obtain the Personal Financial Planner certification from UCLA Extension, he successfully passed the examination to receive the internationally recognized CFP® certification.
Scott is fluent in spoken Japanese and is a student of Japanese business and the Japanese culture. He is also an active participant and enthusiastic supporter of the musical arts.
H. Scott Wedgbury, Financial Advisor
818-550-9955 ext. 105
CA Insurance Lic#0C97162
…Plans miscarry because they have no aim. When a man does not know what harbor he is making for, no wind is the right wind.—Lucius Annaeus Seneca
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