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Anthony Veiga

51 Sugar Hollow Rd, Unit 201

Danbury, CT

06810

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(914) 607-2291

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Anthony Veiga is a managing director with Stratos Wealth Management in Danbury, CT, an affiliate of Stratos Wealth Partners.


Prior to Stratos, Anthony spent a combined total of twelve years at Wells Fargo Advisors, and its acquisition, Wachovia Securities.  He currently holds the Series 7, 63, and 65 registrations with LPL Financial.  Anthony has been a Financial Advisor developing relationships with his clients since 2006. With an emphasis on continuing education, he has also earned the CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™, or CFP®, practitioner designation from the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc.


As a Wealth Advisor, Anthony manages assets for individuals, trusts, retirement plans, charitable organizations and businesses.  Using a thorough and holistic investment approach, he helps clients develop and implement strategies that seek building wealth and pursuing their goals. His mission is to provide objective and timely financial advice and guidance with the highest level of professional service.


Anthony was born and raised in Yonkers, New York.  He relocated to Ridgefield. Connecticut in 2014 with his wife, Kelly, and two sons, Thomas and Michael. He received a BS in computer information systems before going on to Northeastern University in Boston, where he attained both an MBA and MS in finance.  Anthony has a strong commitment to helping his clients pursue their financial goals. He believes the first step in serving his clients is listening to them, creating a collaborative financial planning process that results in defined expectations and a better understanding of personal financial management.  Anthony holds the designation of Certified Financial Planner™ (CFP®).


In his spare time, Anthony enjoys outdoor pursuits such as hiking, camping, and a variety of sports.  He still plays lacrosse and football.  He’s been active in two local men’s leagues, in addition to coaching his sons’ sports teams.