Andrew J. Cardile is a Vice President with MassMutual Greater Philadelphia and a Registered Representative of MML Investors Services, LLC. Andrew’s broad knowledge of insurance and investment products gives his clients the confidence they need when working with a financial services representative.
He has specialized in the 401(k) and retirement plan marketplace for over 6 years, representing businesses and non‐profit organizations on a national basis. Andrew helps small to mid‐size businesses establish a new retirement plan or enhance an existing one. Emphasizing his commitment to qualified plan support, Andrew has continued extensive study of the rules and regulations that govern 401(k)s, 403(b)s, SIMPLEs, SEPs, and Single K programs. Andrew has been recognized by MassMutual with the awards of Rising Leaders (2011 & 2012, 2016), Fast Pace (2011) and Leaders Club (2011—2016) and Agent of the Year (2015). Andrew also supports individuals on an individual basis to develop savings plans, retirement income analyses, and insurance protection. Andrew also serves as a Co-Chair on MassMutual’s Executive Committee where he works as a liaison between the field and Home Office to provide input towards the future direction of the company.
Andrew graduated from Drexel University with a B.S. in Business Administration, and dual concentrations in Finance and also Entrepreneurship. After joining MassMutual in 2008 through the Drexel cooperative internship program, Andrew began working within the Agency retirement department and has transcended into a Vice President of Agency Sales. He became a licensed sales representative in June 2010. Andrew holds FINRA series 6, 63 and 65 registrations as well as Life & Health Insurance Licenses.
As an alumnus, Andrew is very involved with the Drexel University Lebow College of Business Alumni association. He is also an associate member of the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants and spends much of his free time involved with charities including MANNA, Chosen 300, and other local organizations within the Philadelphia region.