This is the Opportunity of a Lifetime...

At Northwestern Mutual, our foremost goal is to help make each client's vision a reality. The same holds true for our financial reps. You bring us your vision and we can help make it happen. The combination of your commitment with the support of our Network leads you to achieve your potential while you help others recognize theirs.

We believe everyone should have the opportunity to lead the life they want.

Why become a Financial Representative with the Leverty Group?

The Leverty Financial Group of Hudson, Wisconsin, is committed to excellence by identifying, quantifying and implementing planning based financial solutions.

Independence: You build your business the way you want to - choosing your hours, your clients, and the financial specialties you want to pursue. At the same time, the Bohannon Group provides a network of specialists to support you in the pursuit of many different financial strategies.

Income: Your earning potential is dictated by your energy, commitment and drive - not by corporate guidelines.

Impact: Your impact is lasting because as part of the Bohannon Group, you don't just sell products, you implement client specific needs based plans resulting in long-term relationships with your clients.

Training and Development

The Bohannon Financial Group will provide you with a comprehensive training and development curriculum for your professional growth. Take advantage of:




A group, known throughout the Twin Cities as an honest, trust-worthy and client-friendly network of financial advisors.

Certified sales training that will build a foundation in Northwestern Mutual's sales process and product knowledge.

Access to knowledgeable specialists and support staff.

Ongoing development program for your educational and personal growth to include coaching, mentoring, study groups, etc. at your fingertips, and in your own office.

Continued advancement of your education through professional studies, such as Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU) and Certified Financial Planner (CFP).

Your career as a financial representative is what you make of it. You can achieve financial independence from a career that offers the chance for success personally, professionally and financially.

Discover your purpose while helping others align their actions with their values.

Steve Forbes and Ed Zore on “Rebuilding, Reviving and Learning From the Great Recession”

Northwestern Mutual hosted an event at the Hilton Minneapolis with Steve Forbes and Northwestern Mutual chairman and CEO Ed Zore, which focused on insights of the key lessons learned in the Great Recession, and how to rebuild and revive the economy. The event was part of a six-city tour and saw more than 3,000 attendees in total.

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Michael Leverty, ChFC®, CLU®, CLF®, CAP®

Managing Director


Northwestern Mutual financial representatives have the opportunity to determine their own financial futures while making an impact on others.

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Looking for a career that allows flexibility and exceptional income potential? Do you want top-notch training, mentorship and resources? Have you been searching for a company that demonstrates a commitment to diversity and giving back to the community?

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#1 in the Financial Services Industry

- Selling Power's "50 Best Companies to Sell for Now." Aug 2014

Top Ten Internship for 19 Straight Years

- Vault Guide to Internships, 2015 edition

Best Place to Work in the Insurance Industry

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Unemployment rate, inflation, GPD, earnings—there are so many numbers that can have an influence on the markets, but what’s important? And how do you make sense of them all? In this month’s Ask the Financial Expert column, our experts highlight key numbers and how best to evaluate them.