Paul S. Devore, CLU, CFP, is CEO of FMS Financial Partners, Inc. and President and founder of Pacific Insurance Management Corporation. A Registered Investment Advisor and NASD General Securities Principal, and nationally acclaimed financial planning pioneer, with a career spanning 40 years. He is financial and business advisor to corporations, business owners, physicians and executives, consultant to CPAs and law firms for wealth accumulation, preservation planning, and employee benefits.
After establishing Pacific Insurance Management Corporation, he co-founded FMS Financial Partners in 1983, along with other insurance and investment professionals. He was one of the first to be designated Certified Financial Planner.. His thorough knowledge of life insurance and tailoring the benefits to each client’s individual needs enhanced Paul's reputation, and business grew. Before long, he expanded his practice, offering estate planning, pension and profit sharing plans. To best serve client investment necessities, he began studying and learning about the investment world.
Paul earned his MBA from UCLA, serving an insurance internship, and quickly realized through financial planning he could combine his expertise in finance and helping others achieve their goals.
He serves on and contributes to many corporate, charitable and educational boards and has chaired several. The author of numerous articles, he Is listed in several Who’s Who compendiums. For 12 years he was an advisor to the California State Senate Corporations, Insurance and Banking Committee. He is in-demand featured speaker, nationally and internationally, and has taught at UCLA and instructed financial and legal business professionals.
Spending time with his family, boating and music round out his professional and personal well-being. Avid saxophone buff, Paul and his enthusiastic quartet recently recorded a CD featuring Jazz and Popular favorites.
Paul Devore has clearly found the perfect balance in his passion for his work and dedication and joy in serving people.