Dennis Mullen, ChFC, CLTC

Managing Director, Brokerage

Dennis Mullen is a Managing Director at Fifth Avenue Financial.  Since 2009, Dennis has led our brokerage division, making our firm one of the leading brokerage arms of MassMutual.  He also works closely with our independent brokers to help them solve their clients’ financial needs with the MassMutual product portfolio, including: life insurance, disability income insurance, long term care solutions and fixed annuities.

Prior to his work with FAF, Dennis began his career at Paul Revere, working in the Wall Street market. After his time there, Dennis opened the only disability income sales office for MassMutual in Atlanta. During his tenure there, he successfully grew the practice into the largest in MassMutual.

Dennis graduated from Iona College and received his degree in Business Administration. His professional designations include Chartered Financial Consultant (ChFC®) and Certified Long Term Care Consultant (CLTC). Dennis is one of MassMutual’s leading wholesalers in Life Insurance and has been featured in many financial publications.

Giving back to the Financial Services industry is very important to Dennis. Accordingly, he volunteers his time for:

• Association for Advanced Life Underwriting (AALU) 

• National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (NAIFA)• Society of Financial Service Professionals (SFSP)

Scott Greenfield, CLF

Managing Partner

Peter Kane

Chief Supervisory Officer

Lisette Clark

New Business Manager

Elizabeth (Liz) D’Aleo

SVP, Business Development

Kay-Dean Dawson-Smith

Assistant Controller

James Farka

SVP, Advanced Life Sales

Elizabeth Frunzi

SVP, Director of Marketing

Zinora Koven

Brokerage Director

Shirley Morel

VP, Advisor & Broker Services

Dennis Mullen, ChFC, CLTC

Managing Director, Brokerage

Kristen Olsziewski 

VP, Head of Regulatory Operations

Michael Patch

Brokerage Director

Steven Randall

Managing Director, Sales

Jocie Rojas

VP, Corporate Services

Kyle Uricchio

VP, Head of Investment Oversight