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Mozart Garcia

Portfolio Analyst

Mozart Garcia

Portfolio Analyst

Biography

Mozart joined Plancorp as a portfolio analyst in 2018 coming from Scottrade/TD Ameritrade where he worked as a Financial Service Representative.

Mozart was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil and came to the United States in 2013 on a soccer scholarship. During his collegiate soccer career, he served as the team captain for 3 years. Mozart graduated Summa Cum Lade in 2017 at Harris-Stowe State University.

Even far away from his family and friends, he considers his move to the USA one of his best life decisions both personally and professionally. He is passionate about investments and the financial market. Mozart passed his CFA Exam Level I and is currently studying for the CFA Exam Level II.

When he is not in the office, he enjoys watching/playing soccer, spending time with his wife Taylor, and whenever possible, visiting his family and friends in Brazil.

Education
  • Harris-Stowe State University, B.S. in Business Administration, 2017

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