Roger J. ‘RJ ‘ Salter, Vice President Sanmar Financial Network


Roger “RJ” Salter has been exposed to the financial services business literally his entire life. The son of a successful financial planner, “RJ” spent weekends at his dad’s office helping with client service and office administration duties. Summers were spent traveling throughout the country with his father attending seminars and conferences.

In 1979 ”RJ” officially entered the financial services business and obtained a license to sell life, accident and health insurance in the state of Illinois. “RJ” later studied mutual funds and variable contracts and in 1986 became a Series 6 registered representative. After studying finance and economics at Roosevelt University, he studied comprehensive financial planning at the College for Financial Planning. In 1996 he graduated from the College for Financial Planning and in 1998 he earned his certification from the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards.

Today “RJ” is Vice President and General Manager of the Sanmar Financial Network. Sanmar, established in 1974, is a full service financial planning network. “RJ” specializes in comprehensive financial planning. In addition to operating his own practice, “RJ” works as a consultant to other financial advisors in advanced case design.

After 37 years of service “RJ’s” passion for helping people to secure a financial future for their businesses and their families continue to flourish in his heart. “RJ” has four children and five grandchildren. He lives in Chicago with his wife, Camille. He is an active member of “God’s House of Prayer” church and spends his free time pursuing his hobby as a furniture and cabinet maker.


  One Response to “Roger J. ‘RJ ‘ Salter, Vice President Sanmar Financial Network”

  1. Hey RJ,

    When you may have a moment, please call.



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