Chip Munn, Signature Wealth Strategies

Chip Munn,

Chief Executive Officer, SWG
Senior Wealth Advisor, RJFS

How do you empower your clients to live their Signature Life?

By first listening and really understanding the unique situation of each client, and then having informative conversations to help them negotiate between the life they want to live now and the life (and wealth) they would like to build for their future. My role is to guide them toward a customized, detailed plan for their Signature Life. I specialize in retirement, education planning, and the transfer of wealth. Seeing my clients fulfilling their dreams and living their best lives is what drives me.


What does your life look like outside of the office?

I live in Florence, SC with my wife, Trish, and our four sons - Christian, Carson, Hampton, and Turner. In the community, We love traveling and are BIG fans of Clemson Football. In the past, I've held board positions with the Florence Family YMCA, The School Foundation and the McLeod Health Foundation. I’m passionate about and proud of the growth of our Florence and support it any way that I can.


What can you tell us about your professional journey?

After graduating Magna Cum Laude from Clemson University, earning a degree in education, I was selected as an Academic All American by USA Today. Though I began my career as a teacher in a formal education setting, I quickly realized that my teaching skills could translate into a career in wealth management, and I transitioned into finance. Since then, as the CEO and Visionary of Signature Wealth, I've driven the growth of our practice from a small three-person team to a regional wealth management group with 30+ team members thriving in more than 10 local communities.




Chip embraced his entrepreneurial spirit from a very young age, with ventures ranging from lemonade stands to being the only kid who would ‘rent’ out his jean jacket for a profit in the fifth grade.




The All-USA College Academic Team honors full-time undergraduates who not only excel in scholarship but also extend their intellectual abilities beyond the classroom to benefit society. Criteria include grades, academic rigor, leadership, activities and most important, the student's essay describing his or her most outstanding intellectual endeavor done while in college.
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