Paul Hoilman, CFP® graduated summa cum laude from East Tennessee State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and a minor in Business. After graduating, Paul was selected in the Major League Baseball draft by the Chicago Cubs, where he spent two All-Star seasons in the minor leagues. He then began his practice as a financial advisor in Johnson City, where he has worked with both individual and corporate clients by providing solutions involving insurance planning, overall financial security and wealth management.
Paul joined BCS Wealth Management and First Covenant Trust & Advisors in March of 2016, and currently serves as head of the insurance and employee benefits division of BCS Wealth Management. He brings expertise in individual life, disability and long-term care insurance planning and analysis, trust services, as well as in structuring employee benefit plans for local businesses. Paul is a Qualifying Member of the Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT), a national organization that recognizes leading insurance advisors. He is also a member of the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (NAIFA). Paul currently holds his Life, Health and Long-Term Care Insurance licenses and is a licensed Investment Advisor Representative. Paul passed the CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ exam in 2019.
His passion for mathematics led him to the financial services industry from an early age, desiring to help friends and loved ones make wise financial decisions with regards to savings, investments and insurance. Pual prides himself on his attention to detail, as well as a continuous aspiration and commitment to learning. In his years serving clients, he has developed an expertise in life insurance, trust services, income and asset protection, employee benefits and wealth management.
During his time as a collegiate athlete at ETSU, Paul was a three-time NCAA All-American, a two-time Academic All-American, a finalist for the prestigious Golden Spikes Award and the Inaugural NCAA Homerun Derby Champion in 2010. Paul is one of the founding partners at RBI Tri-Cities, where he remains active in the local youth baseball community, teaching the game and advising the up and coming players of our area. Paul resides in Johnson City, is a Board Member for the Coalition 4 Kids and is a member of the Central Church of Christ.
*A recipient of the 40 Under Forty award must be nominated. Nominees are judged on their business success and their achievements as an active member of the community and must live and work in East Tennessee or Southwest Virginia. Nominations are accompanied by letters of recommendations from places of employment and service organizations.
*Founded in 1927, MDRT is a global, independent association of more than 62,000 of the world’s leading life insurance and financial services professionals. For more information, please visit mdrt.org. Million Dollar Round Table applicants must meet various requirements, including production minimums, adherence to the MDRT Code of Ethics, and a professional association membership, in order to qualify.