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Get to Know Kwame Bissah

Kwame Bissah is a seasoned financial consultant with a strong track record of helping members and businesses navigate the world of finances. His expertise includes investment management, retirement planning, tax optimization, estate and college planning, as well as small business financial strategies with tailored solutions, smart risk management, and financial confidence.

As a financial partner and coach, Kwame educates and empowers his clients to help them make strategic financial decisions based on their unique goals. He’s also a proponent of consistent communication and collaboration along each client’s financial journey. Whether the goal is growth, retirement security, estate planning, wealth preservation, or tax efficiency, Kwame is committed to providing personalized guidance.

Prior to joining Bienestar Financial Advisors, Kwame began his career at JP Morgan Chase. There, he received extensive training in financial planning. Most recently, Kwame worked for Fidelity Investments, where he was recognized for his work as an investment advisor. Kwame holds his Bachelor of Business Administration from West Virginia University. Additionally, he is licensed in life and health insurance in DC, VA, and MD, and holds FINRA Series 7 and 66 securities registrations with LPL Financial.

Kwame was born in Ghana, West Africa. In his spare time, he volunteers as a  youth sports league coach, plays soccer and golf, goes to the beach, and attends DC United games with family and friends.

Kwame Bissah
Bienestar Financial Advisors
506 23rd St. NW
Washington, DC 20037

Email: kbissah@bienestaradvisors.org
Office: 202-349-5581
Fax: 202-659-4513

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