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Matt Brotherton, AIF®, CLTC

Matt Brotherton, AIF®, CLTC


Matt started in the financial services industry after graduating from Roanoke College in 2000. He specializes in listening to clients and developing strategies that best fit their individual needs. Throughout his career, Matt has been recognized for his accomplishments for his clients. He has been featured by a number of publications, like Life Insurance Selling MagazineAdvisor TodayKiplinger Magazine, and the Richmond Times Dispatch. He is a lifetime member of the Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT) and has been a Court of the Table member since 2007.

Matt grew up in New Jersey but settled near Richmond in 2001 with his wife and three children. Outside of the office you’ll find him hanging out with his wife and kids, helping out at their baseball and soccer games, or at the golf course with friends.


Who inspires you?  My wife and kids inspire me. 

If you could choose a superpower, what would it be?  I would love to be able to fly.  Sitting in traffic is no fun.

What’s one hobby you’d love to get into?  Anything musical. 

What’s your favorite breakfast cereal?  In my opinion, you can’t go wrong with oatmeal topped with brown sugar and raisins. 

If you had to teach a class on one thing, what would you teach?  I would teach a class on how to be productive and use your time to the fullest.  I feel I have a unique ability to cram a tasks into a day and check off items on my list. 

Have a question for Matt? Contact him today!


Qualifying membership in the MDRT Court of the Table is based on minimum sales production requirements and gross business generated within a year. Each MDRT status designation is granted for one year only. All members must apply every year and remit the required Court of the Table dues to continue their affiliation with the Million Dollar Round Table. Third-party rankings and recognitions are no guarantee of future investment success and do not ensure that a client or prospective client will experience a higher level of performance or results. These ratings should not be construed as an endorsement of the advisor by any client nor are they representative of any one client’s evaluation.