Mark E. Rauguth, CFP®

Mark E. Rauguth is the Managing Member of Immaculate Wealth Management, LLC, the Registered Investment Advisor (RIA) firm he founded in Mesa, Arizona in 2013. Mark has more than 30 years of experience in financial planning, investment management, retirement planning, and estate planning. Mark began his career in 1986 at American Express Financial Advisors as a registered representative. In 1997, he became an investment adviser and branch manager with Raymond James Financial Services, further building his practice with higher net worth individuals and families and small business owners. While working at RJFS, Mark founded Precision Investments, Inc. in 2000 to support his clients’ insurance and annuity needs. In 2013, Mark left corporate life to establish Immaculate Wealth Management, LLC to offer in-depth financial planning in order to provide the most comprehensive and independent advice to clients.

Mark is Series 7, 65, and 66 licensed, holds numerous state insurance licenses, and also earned the Certified Financial Planner™ (CFP) designation in 1992. As a fiduciary, Mark takes great pride in his responsibility to put his clients’ needs first. He makes it a priority to build and maintain long-term relationships with his clients to provide smooth transitions through their varying life stages. His vision is to exceed his clients’ expectations in the classification of client service and wealth management.

Mark is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with a B.A. in Business Administration and Finance. Mark and his wife Yvette have been married since 1987 and have four wonderful adult children. They are deeply involved in their Latin Roman Catholic faith, and have coordinated and journeyed on more than 10 pilgrimages to important historical and spiritual sites together. In addition to his responsibilities with the firm, Mark is the Finance Council President for his parish, and is also a self-proclaimed weather enthusiast who enjoys monitoring day-to-day weather conditions with his desktop barometer.