Amir Rosenthal is a 28-year veteran of the insurance and financial services industries. With his diverse business background, he strives to help people build strong financial futures—even during challenging economies. He has been recognized as a “million-dollar round-table” qualifier and a top-producing career agent.
He earned a BA in Finance and Economics from Baruch College and an MBA from Fordham University in International Finance. He is proud of his seven-generation Israeli heritage: he served as a Lieutenant Commander in the Israeli Defense Forces during the Lebanon War, was Israel’s long-distance running champion for three straight years and continues to hold a black belt in Karate. He was recently honored with a certificate of recognition from CT Senator Richard Blumenthal for his ongoing volunteer work with the mentally handicapped. He has two grown sons and enjoys an empty nest with his wife of 30 years in Fairfield, Ct.