Conor Boyd is the Managing Partner at Thoroughbred Advisors, a Financial Services Firm with offices in Latham and Queensbury NY. With over a decade of experience as a Financial Advisor, and later Managing Director at Northwestern Mutual, Conor founded Thoroughbred Advisors in 2014. Thoroughbred Advisors is known for delivering a high quality of service, supported by innovative technology, and a top-notch customer experience to an existing and growing clientele. A consistent experience is delivered to clients through Thoroughbred Advisors' Financial Planning Process.
In May of 2015, Conor affiliated with National Life Insurance Company and Equity Services, inc.(ESI). He was attracted to the quality of leadership, product innovation, and opportunity to grow a significant operation with the backing of a legacy mutual company. Conor has achieved Chairman’s Club level production every year he has been affiliated with the company, in addition to placing in the top 20 with ESI. He has accomplished this while recruiting over 25 advisors and representatives into the affiliated channel with National Life Insurance Company. In 2019, 11 of Conor’s advisors qualified for President’s Club.
Conor was born in Upstate NY and is a graduate of Siena College, where he played Division I Football and Lacrosse. He has a beautiful wife Lisa, and three young children Brooklyn, Easton and Taylor. When he is not working, you will find Conor and his young family exploring the Adirondacks and enjoying their home on Lake George. In 2018, Conor was honored as one of The Albany Business Review’s 40 Under 40, this award is reserved for a select group who demonstrate business acumen, leadership skills and community involvement. Since 2015, Conor has served on the Board for Berkshire Farm Center & Services for Youth, which is New York’s leading child welfare organization founded in 1886.
Chairman's Club and Presidents Club are recognition programs of National Life Insurance Company for associates that have demonstrated outstanding performance. Membership is based on sales criteria.