Dennis Coral is the Founder and Managing Director of Coral Wealth Management, LLC. His vision for starting this firm was to deliver a personalized approach to investment strategies and wealth management solutions typically available to those in the highest levels of wealth.
Dennis is an award-winning industry professional with nearly 17 years of experience in the financial services industry. Before founding Coral Wealth Management, Dennis was Vice President at the Private Wealth division of SunTrust Bank. There, he specialized in helping business owners and high net worth families make the transition from full-time work into retirement.
Dennis began his career as an Associate at Morgan Stanley. During his more than 10-year tenure, he rose through the ranks and became one of the firm's youngest vice presidents in the state of Florida.
In his role as Wealth Advisor, Dennis has found a sense of professional purpose. He gains satisfaction from supporting clients and their families during critical transitions in their life. His extensive Investment and Banking experience gives him a unique and broad perspective when working with existing and potential clients.
Dennis has an undergraduate degree in Finance and International Business from Florida International University, where he went to earn his MBA. He is a Certified Wealth Strategist (CWS) and has the professional designations Series 7, 63, 65, 32 and Life, Health and Variable Annuity.
In addition to his professional accomplishments as Wealth Advisor, Dennis is a guest lecturer of Finance at Florida International University. He also serves on the Advisory Board at the Business School of Florida International University. He is a member of the President's Council at the Miami Children's Hospital Foundation. He is an active supporter of the March of Dimes, United Way of Miami Dade, American Red Cross, and the FIU Foundation.
In his free time, Dennis enjoys spending time with his 4-year-old son, traveling, cooking, reading and going to the beach. An avid runner, he competes three to four times a year on half marathons or sprint triathlons.