Daryl Seaton – President

A native of Northern California, Daryl began his career in financial services in 2000 with a Fortune 100 company in Sacramento, Calif. Swiftly becoming a top producer, he was promoted and held responsibilities for recruiting, developing, and leading 150-plus agents/financial advisors with more than $1 billion in assets under care. Pursuing autonomy and ready to put his vision and insights into action, he formed his own firm, first as a hybrid and then as an RIA. It was at this time that Daryl began his partnership with Sowell Management.

After a robust eight-year relationship, Daryl accepted an invitation in 2020 to join the Sowell Management team. As chief operating officer, his role as integrator of EOS (Entrepreneurial Operating System) has led the company to the next peak of growth. In 2023, Daryl became the company’s president. Daryl is central to growth planning and focuses on new horizons for advisors, varying offerings, and integrated technologies. He serves

Daryl’s love of people shines through and carries into his work as a servant leader. His dedication to financial advisors and their crucial daily mission is a testament to his passion. With over two decades of experience, Daryl has honed his leadership skills in various settings, including corporate, business ownership, and community involvement, making him a seasoned leader in finance.

Beyond his professional life, Daryl is an avid outdoor enthusiast and a connoisseur of food and wine. By far, his pride and joy is his family. With the love of his life, Tammy, they are raising two boys of great character and faith – Jake and Nate.

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