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Alfred (Al) F. Matarazzo, Jr.

Alfred (Al) F. Matarazzo, Jr.

CMFC, Registered Principal, Managing Partner

As the president of Main Line Financial Advisors (MLFA), Al Matarazzo Jr. began his career in financial services at the tender age of 10. Under the watchful eye and tutelage of his father Fred Matarazzo, Al began what would become his life-long career in the finance world. With experience under his belt, Al furthered his education by attending Albright College. He graduated with a double degree in both finance and economics, and immediately put that education to use by helping build his father's firm to become a significant player in the Delaware Valley. Under Al's guidance, MLFA has become a regional business with locations in Pottstown, Bala Cynwyd, Radnor, and Malvern.

To help not only clients and friends, but also those in his community, Al puts his well-earned expertise to use by regularly contributing to local TV, newspaper, and radio programs where he shares his knowledge on a wide range of topics from estate planning to tax preparation. This is one of the many reasons that Al has been selected to attend Barron's "Top Independent Advisor Summit" for the last three years running. Al also serves on the advisory board of Lion Street Financial.

For many years now, Al has been an advocate for the revitalization of downtown Pottstown, Pennsylvania where MLFA has its administrative staff. The downtown Pottstown office has provided Al and the MLFA team an opportunity to spur other firms to follow the example of revitalization that they have set. A committed member of the community, Al serves on numerous non-profit boards including the Tri-County Chamber of Commerce, Steel River Playhouse and the Pottstown Area Industrial Development, Inc.

Al's free time is spent with his wife Mindy and his two children, Zach and Maddie. When he can, he devotes some weekends exercising his passion, and you will find him on the fly along a mountain creek or in the back bays of New Jersey baiting a hook or casting a line.