Ryan Timmons, CFP®
Director of Advisor Development
Ryan D. Timmons is a Vice President with AXA Advisors, LLC and an integral part of The BlackOak group. His focus is providing excellent customer service to his clients and growing the group by selecting and hiring hard working and ambitious individuals as he strives to build one of the most successful financial services groups in the country.
Ryan started his career with AXA Advisors as an intern in 2006 while he was working on obtaining his Bachelor of Science degree from the University at Buffalo in business administration (with a concentration in finance). During his internship, Ryan focused on analyzing client situations and creating presentations to be used in client meetings. Upon graduating in the spring of 2007, Ryan was already on the fast-track to success in the financial field with the immense amount of background knowledge the internship and his degree provided him.
Soon after beginning his career at AXA, Ryan found success in working together with members of the BlackOak team to leverage his knowledge of creative financial strategies to help the entire group’s clientele. Due to his innate ability to teach and help others reach high levels of success he was promoted to Vice President.
In the beginning of 2013, Ryan successfully obtained his CFP® designation1 in an effort to continue providing the most innovative strategies for his clients.
Ryan looks forward to working with members of his team to develop and implement successful customized strategies for navigating the challenging financial world the group’s clientele face every day. In his free time, he is an active member of Mikey’s Way and UB Blue and White alumni group.
Office: (716) 626-2545
Fax: (716) 631-4764
1. CFP® and CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ are certification marks owned by the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. These marks are awarded to individuals who successfully complete the CFP Board’s initial and ongoing certification requirements.↩
AGE 119673 (10/2016) (exp.10/2018)