Let’s talk legacy

Athletes and entertainers, now’s the time to make your mark

Athletes and Entertainers

Let's talk legacy. Now's the time to make your mark.

Incredible financial opportunities come your way. Who can you trust to help you make the right decisions for you, your career and your legacy?

We have the expertise to help you avoid common missteps, so you can pursue what matters most today, tomorrow and for generations to come.

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The world’s top athletes each hear pitches from two companies. Find out who’ll get the funding to take their business to the next level.

Season 1 episode 1: November 14 at 3 p.m. ET
Travis Kelce - NFL Kansas City Chiefs tight end and Super Bowl 54 champion

Season 1 episode 2: November 21 at 3 p.m. ET
Michelle Wie West - LPGA Tour Golfer, 2014 US Women’s Open Winner

Season 1 episode 3: November 28 at 3 p.m. ET
Vernon Davis - Retired NFL tight end, Super Bowl 50 winner and TV personality 

Season 1 episode 4: December 5 at 3 p.m. ET
Allyson Felix - the most decorated American track and field athlete of all time

Season 1 episode 5: December 12 at 3 p.m. ET
Chris Paul - Phoenix Suns point guard, 2X Olympic Gold Medalist, President of NBAPA 2013–2021

    Star power, staying power

    How you manage your wealth has far-reaching effects. In our special white paper, 16 athletes and entertainers share their stories. Some were unprepared for the responsibilities that come with wealth. Others developed a steadfast plan from the start. All eventually went on to great financial success. The common thread? Find the right advisor, get involved and stay involved. Take a look. The lessons these athletes and entertainers learned could be helpful as you navigate your own journey with money.

    Athletes

    Brendon Ayanbadejo

    The Super Bowl XLVII champion explains how to make money outlast playing years.
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    Rushia Brown

    The WNBA pioneer says learning about wealth management is key to having checks and balances on your money.
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    Norris Cole

    The two-time NBA champion doesn’t invest for the sake of investing. He knows where his money is and what it’s doing.
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    Mason Plumlee

    The Detroit Pistons center reveals how he picked up his money management approach at an internship in college and continues to use it today.
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    Osi Umenyiora

    Former pro defensive end teaches family and friends how to be responsible with money.
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    Robert Bailey

    The challenges of managing wealth at a tender age, from a Super Bowl champ.
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    Ben Coates

    Super Bowl champ and New England Patriots star Ben Coates walks through some common mistakes high earners can make.
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    Edgerrin James

    The rookie who shaped his first NFL contract shows you can negotiate with your own approach.
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    Sage Rosenfels

    Former pro quarterback says it's never too early to think about post-career opportunities.
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    Entertainers

    Chamillionaire

    Renowned rapper on overnight success and embracing your entrepreneurial side. “I got into investing by learning," he says.
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    Rico Love

    The songwriter and producer openly shares his early missteps to help others.
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    Ray Romulus

    This artist explains how costly lessons learned years ago keeps him engaged with the investing process today.
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    Michelle Williams

    The Destiny's Child performer talks record contracts and women's empowerment.
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    Kamal Gray

    Hear how this GRAMMY® Award winner realized he needed a new money mindset and approach.
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    Otis Redding's family

    Heirs have preserved Otis’s legacy for three generations. They tell us now how they did it.
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    Joshua Schwartz

    The creator behind the Gossip Girl TV series discusses how managing money well preserves creative freedom.
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    Together, we can build your legacy