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Oxford Financial Group, LTD

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Jeffrey H. Thomasson

Jeff Thomasson is the CEO and a Managing Director of Oxford Financial Group, Ltd., which he founded in 1981 upon receiving his MBA from the Indiana University Graduate Business School.

Jeff’s primary focus is the continued success of Oxford. His time and expertise are devoted to the coordination and overall strategic direction of Oxford, and serving individual family clients toward achievement of their comprehensive financial and investment planning goals through tailored solutions.

I sincerely appreciate the fact that our clients expect and demand value for their money—and they’re absolutely correct in doing so. The keystone of our firm is to provide quality, objective solutions to our clients in a consistent and thoughtful manner. This is not only our professional approach—it’s my personal commitment.

Jeff is a member of the YPO Gold and Chief Executives Organization, and serves on the board of POLYWOOD® and numerous family foundations. Previously, he served on the boards of Ontario Systems, Parkway Company, Pay Link Payment Plans of Chicago, Illinois, Leadership Network of Dallas, Texas, Union Federal Bank, Indiana Bancshares, Waterfield Mortgage Corporation, Flight Options, Syndicate Systems, The Hudson Institute, Park Tudor School, Indiana Repertory Theatre and the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.

Involved in numerous private foundations, Jeff thoroughly enjoys philanthropy. Through the Thomasson Foundation, he and his family have awarded hundreds of scholarships to deserving college students over the last several years. Jeff provides two annual scholarships to graduating Zionsville High School seniors in honor of Lloyd and Jane Taylor, as well as the Oliver L. Warner Educational Scholarship he provides through the Boone County Community Foundation.