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Danton Troyer

Partner
CFP®

Danton Troyer brought his individual practice to Moneta in 2018, after more than a decade on his own. Adding the support of an Enterprise Service Team and the resources of Barron’s nationally ranked independent RIA firm to Danton’s personal expertise and care for his clients created quite the dynamic combination.

As your Family CFO, Danton delivers high-level service and advice while giving you and your personal financial circumstances the individual attention you deserve. You can trust him to help you navigate life’s many major financial transitions while protecting your savings and assets. He excels in developing sophisticated solutions for complex tax challenges, education expenses, business ventures, philanthropy, retirement, and multi-generational legacies.

Danton earned his bachelor’s degree from Missouri State University in 2005 before moving back to St. Louis to start his career as a Financial Advisor. He then went on to earn his CFP™ credentials in 2010.

Danton and his wife have two children who keep them busy with all their activities, from volleyball to BMX racing. Outside the office, Danton enjoys golfing, traveling, and hunting. 

  • CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™
  • Urban Golf of Greater St. Louis, board member
  • Missouri State University Alumni Association, board member
  • Past community involvement:
    • Make-A-Wish America, board member
    • United Way of Greater St. Louis, board member
    • Rotary International, member

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