Corey R Fleisner, CLU®, ChFC®

Wealth Management Advisor


Corey started his career at Northwestern Mutual in 1998 through their renowned internship program. "One of America's Top Ten Internships"* He completed 2 years in the internship program while achieving his degree in Finance and Economics from UW-Milwaukee in May 2000. With graduation, he continued his career with Northwestern Mutual as a Financial Representative. In 2005 he was appointed Managing Director for the Germantown area of Southeastern Wisconsin. As such, he provides leadership and direction to the Financial Representatives and staff as well as running a successful practice and helping clients with their wealth management needs. Corey believes in leveraging all the advantages that being part of the Northwestern Mutual system offers and doing whatever necessary to provide his clients the best possible service.

*Vault Guide to Internships, 2016 Edition


Associations & Awards

  • Achievement & Growth Awards (represent superior leadership)
  • Northwestern Mutual Professional Growth Association
  • Managing Director Association
  • Member of National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors
  • President of National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors, 2010, 2009 (Ozaukee/Washington County)
  • Vice President of National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors 2008, (Ozaukee/Washington County)

Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT)

MDRTCorey R. Fleisner, CLU, ChFC is a member of the Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT), the Premier Association of Financial Professionals. Founded in 1927, MDRT is a society characterized by it's high ethical standards.

MDRT's mission is to be a valued, member-driven international network of leading insurance and investment financial services professionals who serve their clients by exemplary performance and the highest standards of ethics, knowledge, service and productivity.


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