Mike Bellody

Michael Bellody is a Wealth Manager at Securian Advisors of New England.  He began in the financial industry right out of college, with Prudential Financial Services.  He experienced immediate success, qualifying for the 1995 Regional Business Conference in his first year.  In 1996, Mike transferred to Prudential Securities, where he began his career in the investment industry.  At 25 years old, he was one of the youngest advisors ever to be named a Quantum Portfolio Manager at Prudential Securities.  In 1998, Mike took his talents to Merrill Lynch, where he was quickly recognized for his contributions and was named to the Merrill Lynch Executives Club that same year, before moving on to Mellon Advisor Services, where he was a Vice President and Financial Advisor.  In 2001, Mike became Vice President of the New York/Northeast Region for Fisher Investments.  He was a multi-year qualifier for the firm’s Circle of Excellence.  Looked up to by his colleagues as a leader, he directly trained and mentored several members of Fisher’s Vice Presidents over the years. Mike was a part of a select group of tenured VP’s who were instrumental to the incredible growth experienced by Fisher during his time there.  Over his 15+ years there, Mike helped Fisher’s AUM growth far exceeded their goals

Mike graduated from Bentley University with a degree in Economics.  Mike holds the Series 7 and 66 FINRA registrations and is a registered representative and investment advisor representative of Securian Financial Services, Inc.

Mike has been a leader in his community as well, serving on the Board of Directors of the West Bridgewater Youth Athletic Association for nearly 10 years.  Mike was the President of the WBYAA for 2 of those years.  His many years of exceptional service to the youth of his community earned him the 2016 Service To Youth Award. Awards and club membership are based primarily on commissions, premiums, or fees generated from investment and insurance products and other criteria relative to leadership, achievement, and recruiting. Working with this individual or firm is not a guarantee of future financial results. Investors should conduct their own evaluation.