Growing up in Media, Pennsylvania, Benjamin Ott is an accredited Asset Management Specialist and a Wealth Manager. From a young age, he expressed an interest in finance and a passion for helping others.
Ben is a graduate of Drexel University, where he obtained a degree in Mechanical Engineering while taking finance electives, playing baseball and dabbling in photography.
After graduation, Ben began his career as an engineer and a project and product manager in the field of plastics and diesel fuel filtration. It was while working as an engineer that he realized helping his coworkers choose and balance the investments in their retirement plans was far more rewarding than fuel filtration.
Soon thereafter he opened an office with Edward Jones, where he spent six years building a financial planning and investment management practice. His knack for numbers and scientific approach as an engineer are a natural fit for the financial planning process.
Today, Ben lives in Hammonton, New Jersey with his wife Dr. Laurie Lemons and four children Brayden-10, Alex-7, Evelyn-4, and Kyler-2. He currently operates his own independent financial planning and investment management practice through Kingsview Wealth Management. Obsessively ethical, Ben specializes in offering clients easy to understand yet comprehensive financial information. In his free time, Ben enjoys golf, working on projects around the house, green energy, and game nights with friends.
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