Paul Turco is the Director of Bull & Bear Wealth Management and conceptual mastermind of the Professional Sports Division. Paul offers a comprehensive approach by creating a customized, goal-oriented wealth management plan that helps clients achieve their financial goals now and in the future. He is passionate about educating his clients on the investment world, so they can establish realistic and achievable financial goals. Paul prides himself on creating long-term relationships earned through integrity and trust.

As Managing Director of the Professional Sports Division of Bull & Bear Wealth Management, Paul’s own experience in professional sports gives him a unique advantage and deep understanding of the lifestyle of a professional athlete. His dedication to his clients can be seen through his interactions and the time and care he takes to understand their unique lifestyle, financial goals and careers. 

Prior to his role at Bull & Bear, Paul was a Senior Advisor for the San Francisco Giants Major League baseball team, where he provided strategic counseling, player analysis and foreign and domestic special assignments. He was integral in drafting players such as Madison Bumgarner, Buster Posey and Zach Wheeler. During Paul’s 22 years with the Giants, he was fortunate to be a part of 3 World Series titles and will bring that same work ethic and competitive spirit that drove him to success in his previous career.

Paul was a varsity baseball athlete at University of Notre Dame and Auburn University. He received a Bachelor of Science in Finance from Auburn University and was drafted by the San Francisco Giants upon graduation. Paul takes pleasure in spending time with his family – his wife, Alexandria, and daughter, Ava, and enjoys traveling and golfing in his free time.
 

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