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Ryan Hamman

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Phone: (210) 384-5391

Fax: (210) 257-6466

Email: rhamman@financialguide.com

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Professional

Ryan is committed to helping his clients protect their assets and reach their financial goals. He graduated from Churchill High School in San Antonio and received a Bachelor's degree in Kinesiology from UT Austin. After college, Ryan spent 9 years teaching economics and government and coaching high school basketball. 

When changing careers, Ryan wanted to find a new career where he could continue to have a positive impact on others.  He felt that the financial planning industry would give him the ability to use his skills as a coach and educator to help clients plan and reach their goals. 

Ryan has a passion for developing strategies for clients, educating them on those strategies, and then helping to hold them accountable so that they reach their goals. He has been in the financial services industry since 2013 and offers fee-based financial planning. Ryan is FINRA registered with Series 6, 63 and 65 as well as an Investment Advisor Representative (CRIA). 

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"Good, better, best, never let it rest. Until your good is better and your better is best!”

St. Jerome 

Personal

Ryan is blessed to be married to his wife, Bailey.  They enjoy college and high school sports. As UT alums, they love all Texas Longhorns sports and enjoy traveling to Austin and other places around the country to cheer on the Horns. Ryan is also a dog lover, particularly English Bulldogs, and he has an English Bulldog named Hampton.  Ryan and Bailey love to travel, and Hampton goes everywhere with them.  

Ryan is involved with The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and enjoys raising money and awareness to fight cancer. He also supports numerous animal shelters around the city. 

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“Successful people/champions are just ordinary people that are willing to do the things that others aren’t willing to do. And do it over and over again.”


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