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Scott Chapman

Scott Chapman

President and CEO

With over ten years of successful wealth management and financial planning experience Scott Chapman, strives to earn a reputation throughout Connecticut as a top tier specialist in the financial services industry.

Scott began his career with MetLife Securities in 2005 and soon thrived as both a top wealth manager for his clients, and coach and leader for other advisers as well.  After seven successful years with MetLife Securities Scott knew it was time to create his vision of a private, client oriented, boutique financial services firm that put client's needs before corporate profit.  With that goal in mind Scott started Chapman Financial Partners.  The slogan of "Good advice should ALWAYS come from a friend!" was a simple yet concise mantra of how the firm would drive forward.  A true coffee table adviser Scott was determined to take the cold and impersonal nature of investment banks and insurance companies away and put the focus on where it should always be - THE CLIENT.  Scott knew the only way to do that was to create a dynamic relationship model with all of his clients where it became more than a business relationship, but a friendship and partnership.  Where clients felt comfortable, safe, and truly knew their needs came before anything else.

When Scott isn't taking care of his clients he's busy in many other areas of life and community.  As a veteran of the US Navy and a former submariner, Scott still serves his country as a reservist in the US Navy to this very day serving as a logistics team member in submarine expeditionary maintenance.  Scott is also very active in his community volunteering his time across several organizations. 

Scott and his wife Carolyn reside in Colchester, CT with their sometimes rambunctious black lab Olive and her sidekick feline friend Midnight.  Carolyn can often be found going over fences on a horse perfecting her technique in the art of Hunter style riding. As for Scott, with what free time he has left he can often found on a weekend night with a guitar in hand entertaining a crowd in one of many locales in east of the river.