Greg Hammond, CFP, CPA
CEO, Financial Coach
Greg Hammond, CFP®, CPA is a financial coach, author, and speaker who is on a mission to make a positive impact in people's lives. As Chief Executive Officer of Hammond Iles Wealth Advisors, and co-founder of Planned Giving Strategies® Greg leads a team of professional financial coaches that educate and empower investors to make informed, confident choices about their financial future.
As a thought leader in the fields of wealth management and charitable giving, Greg helps people think differently about money and inspires them to design the kind of life they want to live. He freely shares his extensive personal and professional experience in business leadership and the financial complexities unique to entrepreneurs with others in the community.
From retirement planning to succession planning, and implementing a donor's philanthropic plans, Greg brings with him a breadth of knowledge cultivated from over twenty years in investment management and financial services.
Greg speaks at national conferences, estate planning councils, religious and nonprofit organizations. Based on his book, You Can Do More That Matters®, he has been invited to appear on radio shows across the country. Greg co-hosted Planning for Tomorrow on CBS network WTIC News Talk 1080AM and Your Purpose Your Money on iHeart Media radio stations and as a podcast. He writes for The Street’s Retirement Daily and has appeared in CNBC.com on the topic of succession planning, the Wall Street Journal on Earning an Income While Making a Gift, and the Hartford Business Journal Nonprofit Notebook for Planned Giving.
A graduate of Miami University with a B.A. in Accounting, Greg is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ Professional and Certified Public Accountant.
As an active philanthropist, Greg is well-known among nonprofit, faith-based, and charitable organizations for his generosity and advocacy on legacy giving. He supports the community through sponsorships, board, and committee involvement. Greg and his business partner, Scott Iles offer an annual gift matching program to benefit CT Children's Medical Center and local nonprofits focused on health and food insecurity.
Greg enjoys golf, hiking, running, and sampling local craft beers. He lives in West Hartford, Connecticut with his wife, Karen.