Matthew Bennett - Founder
"If you think education is challenging, try ignorance."
About Our Company
Premier Capital Financial & Insurance Services was established in 1986 as an independent full-service insurance brokerage firm with a simple marketing philosophy to provide outstanding service and objectively educate every client.
To this end, we have no third-party affiliations or quotas of any kind, have conducted hundreds of informative seminars nationwide, and back all our recommendations with unbiased informative reference materials. We will not close a case until our client fully understands the function of the insurance being purchased, and why their specific carrier was chosen to fulfill their personal and financial needs.
As Founder and President of Premier Capital, Matthew Bennett personally focuses on the specialty of estate and business planning with an emphasis on multi-generational wealth preservation. Matthew feels that, “The purchasing of life insurance and engaging in estate planning are a life-long processes, much like investing. Decisions are affected by changing laws, financial climates, taxes and innumerable personal factors. Our goal is to take the mystery out of the planning process and emphasize security and reliability above all else. We strongly believe in collaborating with professionals in the fields of law, accounting, and asset management to benefit our clients.”
Matthew also shares his passion for educating by developing and publishing innovative educational materials in conjunction with major charities and non-profits. He has personally authored books with sales totaling over 5 million copies and leads seminars on a wide range of financial and health-related subjects, speaking at numerous global financial institutions, conventions, major universities, and many other venues. He has also been featured in/on many media.
In addition to his vocational endeavors, Matthew spent five and one half years as a State Commissioner with California Special Olympics, served as a consultant for the CA Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness, and has worked as a volunteer project developer and fund raiser with March of Dimes, American Heart Association, National Paralysis Foundation, and many others.
Matthew was President of the Honors Collegium and received a B.A. in Communications from UCLA, where he guest lectures for the UCLA Anderson School of Management.