Dennis Coral is reaching out to the community in more ways than one. He is a speaker at events that teach the community about financial planning, has fund-raised for a battle against cancer, and continues to help students achieve their career goals.
Dennis Coral is helping his community in more ways than one. He is reaching out to help people with their financial literacy, he's raising money to find the cure for cancer, and he's helping students achieve their career goals. His devotion to helping is relentless and his knowledge of his craft is acclaimed, making him the go-to financial advisor of the moment.
He is always willing to help one attain the financial stability one needs and wants. Whether one catches him giving tips to the Miami Dolphins or reads his tips in the pages of Prime & Reason Magazine, he is willing to help anyone that needs it.
He has been named as one of Miami's Five Star Wealth Managers for his knowledge, dedication, and experience in helping his clients reach their financial objectives. With more than 15 years of experience in his field, he is ingenious in creating customized plans for every one of his clients.
Mr. Coral has been appointed as an MBA Advisory Board Member at Florida International University's Chapman School of Business. As a graduate of FIU's MBA program, not only does Mr. Coral have the experience in the field, but he has the experience to help students that are trying to achieve their career goals. With this program and his skill, he is creating a collaboration between the university and companies or firms so that students are prepared for their jobs in managerial positions when they graduate.
Aside from all of the financial advising, Dennis Coral still manages to have time to help those that are battling cancer. Teaming with the Miami Dolphins, he is part of a team that has been able to raise over $8,000 and has participated in the 35-mile Dolphins Cancer Challenge that begins at the University of Miami and ends at Dolphins Stadium.
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