Richmond W. Stecker | Chief Operating Officer

Richmond W. Stecker, graduated as the Battalion Executive Officer of Riverside Military Academy and is noted as the first to ever hold multiple consecutive executive positions throughout his tenure. Richmond lead the Academy as the Chairman of the Honor Council, Chairman of the Horton Society, and Mr. Riverside. Richmond is also a member of the Junior Society of International Business Fellows where he attended the European Conference on Economics and Asset Management in Cambridge before going on to speak to the International Scholar Laureate Program in Beijing on the implications foreign policy has on the Economic Growth between the United States and China. Richmond accepted an athletic scholarship to Florida Southern College. However, after several concussions he decided to conclude his athletic career to pursue international business and finance at the University of South Carolina.

Richmond Began his professional Career at a young age, starting his first company at 16 years old managing companies’ social media marketing campaigns before creating his own social networking website for lacrosse players. Richmond went on to work in Shijiazhuang, China for Hebei Minmetals Co Ltd as the Quality Control Executive for products coming into the United States. Upon returning to the University to complete his education, Richmond decided to continue his professional career while finishing school.

In the years to follow, Richmond became the managing partner of Icon Security. After two years of successfully managing the company, he facilitated Palmetto Alarm’s merger and acquisition of Icon Security. Richmond then decided to take his passion for finance to TD Bank where he worked in Retail Financing and risk assessment before accepting a Management position with Alterra Home Loans in West Palm Beach, FL.

After three years in the mortgage industry and studying the underwriting guidelines used by financial institutions, he discovered a severe discrepancy between financial institutions, their borrowers, and their CPA’s. Richmond learned that not only were the clients not being taken care of, but the banks and CPA’s themselves weren’t providing the advisement necessary to protect their clients and increase their profitability. After sitting down with his Father and Godfather, the three decided to turn Net Profit Advisors into the only all-in-one Lending, Brokerage, Accounting, and advisement firm in the United States.