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Mitlin Financial Welcomes Jorrell Bland to the Team

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Mitlin Financial, Inc. is pleased to announce that Jorrell R. Bland has joined us as the newest member of our team.
Jorrell comes to us with over four years of experience in the financial services industry with New York Life.  Jorrell will be responsible for servicing clients of the firm and making sure they are “WOW’d”.  He is committed to providing our clients, and all those that interact with our firm, a high level of service.
Please join me in welcoming Jorrell to Mitlin Financial and feel free to contact him at (631) 952-4466 x13 or via email at jbland@mitlinfinancial.com.  Jorrell looks forward to speaking with you and meeting you in the near future.

 

This article represents the opinion of Mitlin Financial Inc. It should not be construed as providing investment, legal and/or tax advice.

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