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Ian Dick

Financial Advisor

Ian Dick was born and raised in Fort Wayne, IN, although his family is originally from Decatur and Cincinnati. He attended South Side High School and received his Bachelor Degree in Economics from Indiana University (Bloomington). Upon completion of college, Ian was hired by Lincoln Financial Advisors. At Lincoln he received his series 7 and 66 securities licenses as well as training in fee based advisory business.

After leaving Lincoln, Ian joined an independent firm and built his practice from the ground up. He concentrated his business on individuals and small business retirement plans. While building relationships with his clients, Ian emphasized asset allocation and retirement income planning.

Ian joined Compass Financial Advisors in 2009. At Compass, he has expanded his advisory business to the 401k platform and has taken a hard line on fee structure and costs associated with client accounts. He prides himself as being a “penny pincher” when it comes to client associated fees.

Ian has a close bond with his family, who still live right here in the Fort Wayne area. In his free time Ian enjoys being outside, traveling, and being active. He is an avid tennis player that plays all year long.  Ian has a deep appreciation for all things nature. A trait he picked-up from his father and grandfather, both of whom are avid outdoorsman. He claims to be the only person he knows that has ever driven from Indiana to Alaska…three times.

Fort Wayne Office


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