Frank Brodsky


Frank Brodsky started in the financial services industry in 1956 and transitioned to Alex. Brown in August 2020. He is dedicated to helping individuals and businesses develop financial and investment strategies that align with their needs, goals and risk tolerances. Frank’s expertise involves income strategies, especially those involving closed-end funds.

Frank served in Korea and Japan in the Special Category Army with Air Force (SCARWAF) during the Korean War. Over the course of his career, he has served as president of a variety of organizations, including the Golden Slipper Club, the Jewish National Fund of Philadelphia and the Soviet Jewry Council of the Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC).

He attended Peirce College and Saint Joseph’s University, both in Philadelphia. He and his wife, Bunny, live in a suburb of Philadelphia.

Raymond James is not affiliated with any of the organizations listed above.