Our Team

About Mark Herding, CFP®, CMFC®, LUTCF

Mark offers over 20 years of financial industry experience, providing comprehensive retirement income planning. He is dedicated to helping his clients fulfill their financial goals and works closely to determine their personal needs in order to develop customized strategies. Mark values independence and deeply respects hard work.

Mark HerdingMark is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional, Chartered Mutual Fund CounselorSM, and Life Underwriter Training Council Fellow. He graduated with a bachelors degree in Finance from Arizona State University and an MBA from Grand Canyon University. Mark currently holds FINRA Series 7,24,63, and 65 licenses. He enjoys coaching youth sports and is a member of the ASU Alumni Associaton and the St. Theresa Catholic School Dad's club.

Veronica Baxter

Assistant to Mark Herding

Veronica has over 8 years experience in the financial industry.  She also has over 15 years experience in the customer service industry.  Veronica likes interacting with clients, and keeping track of the various office paperwork.  She received her Bachelor's Degree in Anthropology from Arizona State University in 2005.  In her free time, Veronica enjoys reading, art and volunteering for Phoenix Comicon.

Email: vbaxter@cambridgesecure.com

Christine Martin

Client Relationships Specialist

Christine comes to Camelback Wealth Consultants after spending four years in commercial real estate and nearly 14 years in team operations for the Fiesta Bowl. Christine’s primary focus will be customer service and her strong background in organization will be utilized to enhance the client experience with CWC.  Implementing technology and personal service with a focus on the individual client. 

She received a bachelor of arts degree in economics from the University of Washington and was a letter winner for the women’s gymnastics team as a four-year student-athlete. Christine received her master’s degree in organizational management from the University of Phoenix. Christine enjoys spending time with her two children; is an active volunteer with Singleton Moms and the St. Theresa Catholic School PTO.

Email: cmartin@cambridgesecure.com

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Our Office

Camelback Wealth Consultants, LLC

2198 E. Camelback Road
Suite 315
Phoenix, AZ 85016
ph: 602.296.7222
fax: 602.296.7135
mherding@cambridgesecure.com

News

Financial and Economic Brief - December 12, 2017

• Powell’s Early Policy Views - Jerome Powell appears set to let the tax cut “run its course” through the economy as weak growth in wages and inflation promote his view that the economy remains “underpowered”.

• November Jobs Report Strong - According to the November jobs report released on Friday, employers added 228,000 jobs in November and the unemployment rate remained at 4.1%.

• Launch of Bitcoin Futures - Derivatives exchange Cboe Global Markets launched its bitcoin futures late yesterday, marking the first time investors could get access to the market via a mainstream regulated exchange.

Financial and Economic Brief - December 5, 2017

• Mixed Numbers for Automakers - Major automakers posted mixed U.S. November new vehicle sales on Friday and predicted a competitive December as they rushed to sell vehicles and lift their 2017 numbers.

• CVS to Buy Aetna - CVS Health is buying Aetna for $69 billion in cash and stock in a deal that “reflects a rapidly shifting health care landscape”.

• Upcoming Fed Rate Hikes - The U.S. Federal Reserve is “almost certain” to raise interest rates later in December, a majority of whom also now expect three more rate rises in 2018.

Financial and Economic Brief - November 28, 2017

• Consumer Sentiment Rose More Than Expected - U.S. consumer sentiment saw “slight” gains in November compared to the mid-month reading, though the index remained below the decade high reached in October.

• Publisher of Time Agrees to Be Sold - The publisher of Time, People and Sports Illustrated agreed yesterday to be sold to another big magazine publisher, Meredith.

• New Home Sales at 10-Year High - Sales of new U.S. single-family homes unexpectedly rose 6.2% in October, to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 685,000 units, amid strong demand across the country.

Financial and Economic Brief - November 21, 2017

• October Home Building, One-Year High - U.S. home building jumped 13.7% in October, the highest level since October 2016, likely because communities affected by the hurricanes started replacing houses damaged by flooding.

• Marvell Bids on Cavium - Marvell Technology has bid around $6 billion for Cavium in a cash-and-stock deal that would create a chip maker to compete with industry giants.

• Wall Street Slightly…Higher - Wall Street indexes were higher on Monday morning, as gains in technology stocks offset a drop in health shares.

Financial and Economic Brief - November 14, 2017

• Oil Prices May Stay Steady - Oil prices have been rising since June, increasing about 33%. British Petroleum boss Bob Dudley says that may be all for now.

• Coal’s Bleak Future - The coal industry has seen only modest gains in jobs and production this year, mostly from a temporary uptick in foreign demand.

• Qualcomm Rejects Takeover Proposal - Qualcomm recently rejected Broadcom's $103 billion takeover proposal, noting the bid “significantly undervalues” the wireless telecommunications company.

Financial and Economic Brief - November 7, 2017

• October Jobs Report - The U.S. economy added 261,000 jobs in October and the unemployment rate was 4.1%.

• Gas Prices on the Rise - Gasoline prices have risen for most of the U.S. at a time in the year when there is usually “relief” at the pump.

• Dudley Leaving Fed - William Dudley, “among the most influential monetary policymakers throughout the financial crisis and its aftermath”, expects to retire by mid-2018, before his term officially ends in January 2019.