“Floyd teaches people how to take control of their finances and investing as an author and host of the Really Simple Investing Podcast.”
Floyd Saunders is the author of Five Paths to Wealth, The Really Simple Investing Guide to Investing for Beginners, Figuring Out Wall Street, and Family Financial Freedom. He is now hosting the Really Simple Investing Podcast.
After spending nearly two decades as a top producer and leader in the banking industry, Floyd felt a nudge to leave his corporate office to teach people how to transform their lives by taking control of their finances with a variety of educational resources.
Floyd helps couples and business owners take charge of their finances and investing. Throughout his career in financial services, banking and consulting, Floyd has helped clients gain clarity, peace of mind, and growth in their finances
After earning a B.A. from San Diego State University and M.A in management from Central Michigan University, Floyd Saunders started working in the financial services industry, initially in retail banking, later earning licensing as a registered representative, life and medical agent.
Mr. Saunders’ professional experience includes assignments in the business lines of retail banking operations, investment banking, institutional trust and securities services, employee and management training, product development and systems engineering for banking, accounting, insurance, annuity and tax preparation firms.
He spent several years as a tax preparer and financial planner before returning to banking working as a Vice President at Bank of America, and later for JP Morgan and JPMorgan Chase. He has worked as a consultant to TransAmerica, Wells Fargo, Citibank, WoltersKluwer/CCH, and H.R. Block guiding product development.
He has been an adjunct faculty member for Baker University, St. Leo’s College, St. Mary’s College, Moraga, California, and Community Colleges in California where he taught courses in managerial finance, money and banking, and principles of banking. He has also taught extensively for the American Institute of Banking