Jose Feliciano
"More and more, our future success as financial advisors is dependent on how quickly we adapt to the needs of the marketplace and, more importantly, the specific demands of our clients."

~ Jose Feliciano
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Jose Feliciano Jr.Jose Feliciano is an internationally acclaimed corporate speaker and author that has been achieving the impossible for more than 40 years.

The eldest son of a Puerto Rican immigrant father and German Irish mother, both born deaf, Jose grew up quickly in New York City, and rose above poverty and adversity to become one of the country’s most respected financial planners.  In addition to maintaining a demanding schedule as the CEO of Texas based Feliciano Financial Group and corporate speaker, he is the author of a number of books including the Amazon #1 bestseller The 2 Hour House, and his latest publication Passion for Possibilities.

A graduate of the American College of Financial Planning, Jose is a Chartered Financial Consultant, Certified Life Underwriter, a member of the Institute for Certified Financial Planners, and holds the designation of Certified Financial Planners (CFP). He has written a number of articles for MDRT’s Top of the Table Magazine, and is a regular contributor on financial matters to CBS, ABC, NBC, CNN, and FOX television.  

For more than 25 years, Jose has based his life on hard work and inspiring greatness in all around him by connecting people with their passion. President of the Feliciano Financial Group, his firm recently achieved the industry milestone of being awarded the Crystal Eagle, placing his firm number one in the country for Woodbury Financial Services (a division of The Hartford). He is dedicated to ensuring the best for his clients by never being complacent, and is on a never ending quest to find new ways to improve his firm's service. 

“I learned from my parents to never see limitations, only endless possibilities. Inspiring people to greatness is the great joy in my life,” Jose explains. And have always believed that sustained success, almost always, comes down to the relationships that we are able to build and maintain throughout our business and personal lives.  We all need to realize that relationships, both good and bad, are influenced by our ability to communicate.”
Jose Feliciano - Keynote Speaker