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Drew Sparks

Drew Sparks joined 360 Wealth Management, LLC, as a Registered Investment Advisor in 2014. His focus is developing financial strategies for professional individuals and their families.

His career as a Financial Advisor began with Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith, a division of Bank of America, in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

Drew takes a holistic approach to wealth management: consultative, completely objective and committed to excellence. He provides financial services covering a wide range of opportunities including financial planning, investments, educational planning, business and individual retirement planning, estate planning services and philanthropy.

Drew is a Registered Representative of LPL Financial and a Registered Investment Advisor. He maintains a current FINRA Series 7, Series 66, securities registration held with LPL Financial, and Group 1 (State Life, Health, Disability, and Long Term Care) Insurance license.

Drew is a 1979 graduate of Troy University with a B.S. in Business Administration. He and his wife, Camille, have one child and live in Las Colinas/Irving, Texas.

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Phone: 972-421-1343
Fax: 972-421-1353



17300 N. Dallas Pkwy, Suite 2065
Dallas, TX 75248

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Main Fax: 972-421-1390

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