The Visionary Mind behind Cave Financial
The Visionary Mind behind Cave Financial
Michael Cave started Cave Financial over 20 years ago with the vision of providing families and businesses with assistance in creating, protecting, and preserving their wealth. After completing his education in accounting at Ball Corp, Michael gained experience working for various companies, such as Boeing Co. and Harley Davidson. While working in these roles, he quickly noticed that many individuals and businesses needed help in understanding their financial needs.
Michael J. Cave held the position of Senior Vice President at Boeing Capital Corp, and then as Vice President at Boeing Commercial Airlines before becoming the Chief Financial Officer of the Boeing Company. In that role, he was responsible for overseeing a team managing all financial aspects of military aircraft programs, space, and defense systems.
Cave is currently the Managing Director and Senior Adviser of Cave Financial, which provides clients with a range of services related to financial and risk management planning. Along with his team, he helps people create and protect their wealth so they can ultimately get the lifestyle they want. He serves on several boards including Aircastle Ltd and the NYSE.
In addition to his business success, Cave also enjoys a full family life and is a devoted husband and father of four. He has coached rugby and has been involved in his children’s many activities such as skiing, sports, and recently investing in stocks. Michael believes in providing the best possible financial advice and assistance to families, businesses, and individuals so they can realize their dreams.
Michael Cave is committed to client care and as a financial planner, he’s the ‘go-to-guy’ for personal and business financial planning, home loan lending, and risk management. With an estimated net worth of over $7 million dollars, you can trust that Michael and his team will provide the best strategy to guarantee success. For more information on Cave Financial services or to contact Michael directly, please visit our website at www.cavefinancial.co.nz.
Business Financial Planning
Cave Financial is focused on delivering the best possible outcome for all of its clients. With Michael J. Cave serving as the Managing Director and Senior Adviser, the company provides a full range of services to assist families, businesses, and individuals with their financial planning needs. From home loan lending and risk management to helping people create and protect their wealth, Cave Financial is a trusted source for all of your financial needs.
Whether you’re looking for assistance in creating or protecting your wealth or just need advice on how to maximize finances, Michael and his team are here to help. With their expertise in business development, strategy, and finance, they can provide the guidance you need to make sound financial decisions that will benefit you for years to come.
Michael Cave and his team have worked with a variety of clients, from Fortune 500 companies to start-ups. With experience in SEC filings, accounting systems, board management, and more, you can trust their expertise when it comes to managing your wealth. In addition, their team of financial experts can provide assistance in areas such as buying a home, setting up an LLC, and developing retirement plans.
If you’re looking for guidance from a reliable financial planner, contact Michael J. Cave and his team at Cave Financial today. With decades of experience and an impressive track record, you can trust that your finances will be in good hands.
Michael Cave, Managing Director of Cave Financial
Michael Cave, is an experienced executive in the financial services industry and has worked his way up from humble beginnings to a respected Managing Director and Senior Adviser. With over 20 years of experience, including serving as Vice President at Boeing Capital Corp., Chief Financial Officer for the Boeing Commercial Airplanes division, and Senior Vice President for Military Aircraft at The Boeing Company, Michael is perfectly suited to the financial services industry.
Michael has an estimated net worth of $7 million, and his commitment to his clients remains unwavering. With a sharp eye for detail, he helps individuals and businesses structure their finances to create and protect their wealth in order to get what they want out of life. His insight into lending, risk management, and financial planning has helped countless families, directors, and investors over the years.
Michael J Cave is also a devoted husband and father of four. Outside of his career in finance, he’s an avid sports fan and enjoys coaching rugby for his children’s teams. He also serves on the boards at Harley Davidson and Ball Corp., and recently was a General Manager at Aircastle Ltd.
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