About Dan Reisinger
Dan's Personal Mission Statement:
"In serving my clients and associates, I shall, in light of all circumstances, recommend a course of action which, if the same facts and circumstances were presented to me, I would choose to do for myself and my family.
In serving my family, I shall strive to provide a standard of living that will create an atmosphere conducive to harmony, morality, education, and an ever-heightened awareness of integrity.
In serving my professional and charitable commitments, I shall strive to commit to projects for which I feel I can dedicate 100% effort and complete those tasks in the time allotted, without sacrificing valuable time with my family and my career.
In serving my educational needs and goals, I shall strive to continue to pursue advanced learning on a regular and disciplined schedule.
In serving my overall self-worth, I will strive to become a better and more productive person by employing the lessons and experiences I've learned, together with my God-given natural talents, to become the best husband, father, son, brother, friend, businessman, volunteer and teacher possible."
Dan is the owner of Safe Investing Services. Our firm works with individual and institutional clients that are searching for products that are not tied to the stock market.
Dan entered the financial services industry after graduating from Widener University, where he earned a Bachelors of Science Degree in Business Administration, with a Concentration in Finance, and a Masters of Science Degree in Financial Services. Additionally, he's earned five professional designations during his 30 years in the financial services industry. Throughout his career in the financial and investment services industries, he's served in various leadership positions within a number of industry associations, and he's been a featured speaker at several industry conferences.
For several decades, Dan has been active in multiple leadership positions within NAIFA (National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors - Delaware Chapter and National Chapter) and SFSP (Society of Financial Service Professionals – DE Chapter). He is past president of both organizations and currently serves on the Board of SFSP-DE. He is a past-moderator for NAIFA’s LILI (Leadership in Life Institute) program as well as for CLE and CPE Continuing Education courses. For three years he was co-host of Safe Money Radio which aired on WDEL in Wilmington, DE.