Robert Eddins CFP, TVAMP Wealth Advisor Knoxville, TN | TVAMP
Robert Eddins

Wealth Advisor

Rob has always had a passion for project management. He says, “Helping people manage their money is an ongoing project and it requires careful planning, design, and collaboration.” He takes the time to build strong relationships with his clients in order to tailor financial advice to them, so they can pursue their dreams. Rob is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ (CFP®) professional and a compliance officer at TVAMP.

Rob earned a bachelor’s degree from Furman University and then a master’s degree from Duke University. His first job was in engineering management in Oak Ridge. He has been a financial advisor in Knoxville for the past 21 years. In 2016, he joined TVAMP to become a fully independent advisor. Rob and his wife live in Knoxville with their two children. Family and friendship mean everything to Rob Eddins. He enjoys cooking, reading, fishing, and visiting craft breweries.

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