Matt Showley, CFP®, AEP®️
As a principal and owner of CCMI, Matt Showley, CFP®️, AEP®️ works with new and existing clients facing a wide range of financial concerns. He advises individuals, families, and business owners in the areas of portfolio management, financial planning, tax and estate planning, real estate, cash flow modeling, and education planning.
Matt joined CCMI in 2006 as an Investment Associate and over the years has significantly contributed to the firm’s wealth management and financial planning processes. In his early years at CCMI, he developed the First Step Financial Planning platform, which aims to guide younger individuals and families completing the financial planning process for the first time. As an owner, Matt continues to oversee the operations of the firm in addition to his client facing role.
Matt holds a B.S. in Business Administration from Pepperdine University and an MBA from University of San Diego. He also holds a Graduate Certificate in Financial & Tax Planning from San Diego State University.
Matt serves in the following roles in the community:
“He advises individuals, families, and business owners in the areas of portfolio management, financial planning, tax and estate planning, real estate, cash flow modeling, and education planning.”
When not in the office or with clients, Matt enjoys his time at home with his wife Alex, daughter Elizabeth, and son Jacob. He also likes playing golf or volleyball and traveling. Matt is interested in photography and has done several photo shoots for friends and family as a hobby. Matt and his wife also love to cook and entertain. Sports have always been a part of Matt’s life, whether playing as a child and teenager, or competing at the highest levels of college volleyball at Pepperdine University.
Bitten by the travel bug in college, Alex and Matt have taken several trips together since they met in 2004. Thus far, their stops have included Paris, Scotland, Spain, several trips to Hawaii, and many drives along the California coast up to the Bay Area and wine country.
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