Noah Seidenberg has been a financial services professional for more than 27 years and founded his own wealth management firm, Seidenberg Investment Group, in 2000. In 2012, Noah and Rich made the decision to combine their two firms, founding Inspirion Wealth Advisors. Noah brings extensive market experience to the combined entity, including expertise in analyzing and selecting investments and investment managers.
A CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ practitioner, Noah holds a BA in Economics from Fredonia State University of New York, with a concentration in personal finance. At Fredonia, he played, and later was an assistant coach, for the school’s NCAA Divison III hockey team.
He is an active member of his community having been involved with a wide range of organizations, including Lions Club, Exchange Club, Chamber of Commerce, Downtown Merchants and Heritage Association, Financial Advisory Board of School District 46, and Hawthorn Woods Finance Committee. He also served as Director of the Grayslake Economic Development Commission.
Noah resides in Hawthorn Woods with his wife and 2 children. In his free time, he enjoys travelling, and playing hockey and platform tennis.
What do you enjoy most about wealth management?
Educating people and helping give them some perspective on one of the most challenging parts of their lives. Especially in light of the fact that today, there are many sources providing “noise” regarding planning and investments.
What’s the biggest challenge?
Getting clients to step back and look objectively at their situation when they are actually “in the moment.”
What do you love most about being part of Inspirion?
Since helping to form Inspirion, it is the happiest I have ever been professionally. We have assembled a great team to do one thing — help clients.
What qualities of yours make you best suited to what you do?
Patience, and the ability to explain difficult terms and concepts more simply and understandably.
What do you love to do outside of work?
Spending time with my wife and kids, playing hockey and paddle tennis.
What personal accomplishments are you most proud of?
Playing collegiate hockey was something I was very proud of because I wasn’t naturally talented enough, but had to work very hard to get there. At this point I think I can look back and say I have set a good example for my children on how to be a decent citizen of the world.