Wealth Management Consultant
Mark O’Sullivan is a Financial Planner with Axial Financial Group. Mark and his team of advisors take an independent and objective approach to investment planning to help ensure that your goals, objectives and risk tolerance are properly considered and managed. With his experience and offerings, Mark and his team can deliver a wealth of resources from estate and business owner planning to retirement and investment strategies.,
Mark graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a BA in English in 1989. After becoming Series 7 licensed in 1991, he worked in the banking, insurance and investment fields. Mark has received industry awards from First Horizon National Corporation’s College of Loan Origination and Legg Mason Wood Walker’s Pacesetters Club. He currently holds his Series 6, 63, 65 and Life, Accident & Health licenses.
Mark has helped found the O’Sullivan Hockey Academy, which teaches sports and life skills to youths in Boston and the South Shore. A former goalie for Thayer Academy and the University of Notre Dame, he earned a tryout for the U.S. National Team which competed in the 1988 Calgary Winter Olympics. He helped coach the 2004 Harvard Women’s Team which made it to the NCAA finals. He has coached many Olympic medalists and NHL players and has been featured in many local and national sports publications. Mark co-produced a film for Emmy Award-Winning ESPN 30 for 30 Series. Our Tough Guy, which debuted at the 2014 Boston Film Festival, captured the psychological demands of a world-class athlete in pursuit of excellence. Garvey Park's street hockey rink in Neponset was dedicated to Mark's late parents, John and Ann O'Sullivan, by The Boston Parks and Recreation Department in partnership with the National Recreation and Parks Association (NRPA).
Mark is a Thayer Academy class agent (1985) as well as past Alumni Board member. He has served the Notre Dame Club of Boston as Monogram Club representative as well as a Notre DameMendoza College of Business guest educator and mentor.