F&M Investment Services expands Franklin team

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Leo Silva

Leo Silva 

F&M Investment Services recently announced the hiring of Leandro (Leo) Christiano Silva as a Raymond James Financial Services financial advisor in their F&M office in Franklin.

“We are excited to add Leo to our team," said Clark Nicholson, VP F&M Investment Services. "His expertise in wealth management and financial planning along with his diverse resume of experience in relationship building will be beneficial in our Franklin and Brentwood markets.” 

With an impressive record of awards and professional accomplishments, for more than 10 years, Silva also has been recognized as a Certified Financial Planner professional, a Chartered Financial Consultant, a Chartered Retirement Plan Specialist and holds both Series 7 & 66 and Life/Health Insurance licenses.

In addition to his professional accomplishments, Silva is an alum of Middle Tennessee State University earning a BBA with finance major and Business Administration minor as well as a MBA with a concentration in finance. He was also a participant in the Williamson County Young Leaders Council.

F&M Bank, headquartered in Clarksville, has assets exceeding $1.2 billion and operates 18 full-service banking offices in Montgomery, Stewart, Robertson, Sumner, Wilson, Rutherford, Putnam, Williamson and Dickson counties. In addition, it operates mortgage-only offices in Rutherford (Murfreesboro), Williamson (Brentwood) and Davidson (Green Hills) counties.

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