Andrew Hoffmeyer

CFP®, CEP
CEO & Senior Wealth Advisor

Meet Andrew

Andrew Hoffmeyer is a CEO & Senior Wealth Advisor based in Fort Collins, Colorado with 18 years of experience in the field.

Andrew always adheres to the trust that is offered by a handshake. Follow-through, respect, and honor are traits that Andrew holds close, and he lives out these traits each day at the firm he built.

While Andrew’s workdays involve suits and spreadsheets, his weekends involve Carhartt’s, cowboy boots, and dirty hands. He enjoys restoring his 1974 Bronco and any activity that helps him stay active. Andrew’s passions outside the office include hockey, 14ers, a powder day, CrossFit competitions or a campfire crackling outside his tent in the Colorado mountains.

Andrew created Hoffmeyer Wealth Management in 2008 after having gained valuable experience in the financial planning industry. Through years of experience, Andrew has developed a unique perception of the componentry involved in creating complete financial plans. He assists clients in planning for their future while prioritizing their current needs.

He adores his wife Kelsey and is always happy to go home to her at the end of a busy day.  Kelsey is in the investment industry, which makes it convenient for them to “talk shop” over the dinner table. Together, they love to travel the world and have a beloved yellow lab, Jaxson. Andrew and Kelsey founded the charity, Buildz 4 Badges, where Andrew serves as Board President.

 

When one door closes another door opens; but we often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we do not see the ones which open for us.
Alexander Graham Bell

Qualifications

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  • 18 years financial industry experience
  • 15 years with Hoffmeyer Wealth Management
Education
  • BS Business Administration, Finance Concentration from Colorado State University
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  • CFP®
  • CEP
When one door closes another door opens; but we often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we do not see the ones which open for us.
Alexander Graham Bell