Office located at 5857 Pine Ave., Suite B
Chino Hills, CA 91709
Additional offices by appointment only in Ontario, Baldwin Park, Whittier, Santa Maria, Los Angeles, Irvine, Pasadena, and San Diego.
Integrity Independent Financial & Insurance Services
Gabriel is based out of Chino Hills, CA. He has over 24 years of experience in the financial and risk management industry. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from California Polytechnic University at Pomona. His education, combined with his experience while serving in the Marine Corps, provides the foundation for his successful track record in the financial and insurance services industries. Over the years, his professional acumen has also earned him several accolades.
Gabriel and his wife, Amour, have been married for 20 years and are proud parents of two amazing boys. Gabriel and his family are active members in their local church community and support various cancer research and veteran organizations. Gabriel also enjoys sport fishing, traveling, and spending time with his family.
For the last 24 years Gabriel Resendez has served the Southern California region and Chino Hills community by creating simple and sound financial strategies designed to help people thrive in retirement. Gabriel believes that by taking a holistic approach and listening to the needs of his clients he can offer a custom-tailored, efficient, plan that will meet his client’s goals. Reaching goals and protecting his clients legacy is what he does best.
His clients appreciate his diverse offerings and innovative solutions, in particular his investment and retirement income distribution strategies, and how to manage risk and market volatility. He believes the best way to make money is to avoid losing it in the first place. Gabriel’s dynamic planning process helps clients navigate the risks associated with retirement. His unique and innovative solutions allows clients to maintain the integrity of their written retirement plan.
Gabriel understands that life can change unexpectedly so when building a plan he makes sure it is solid yet flexible — imagine, instead of a 30-year plan, 30 one-year plans.