You could say we’re obsessed with wealth management, but it’s really your financial success that drives us. Our approach is focused and customized – we combine our planning and investment expertise, with an intellectual honesty that demonstrates our commitment to helping our clients achieve their goals.
Our experienced advisor team has over 20 years of experience in financial planning and investment management, with numerous areas of expertise and industry designations (CFA, CFP®, CPA, etc.). They work in tandem with our dedicated iMGP investment research team, with two decades in the investment industry. This combination of professionals, coupled with our client-first service focus, enables us to be both proactive in coordinating our client’s complex financial situations and responsive to day-to-day needs.
Our Mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of our clients by professionally dedicating ourselves to their financial well-being.
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We demonstrate enthusiasm, dedication, and drive. We approach everything with energy, confidence, and a positive attitude.
We have the courage to act on our values and convictions when they are tested. We speak up when necessary, and hold ourselves accountable. We make rational decisions and commit to them without allowing ego or fear to hold us back.
Research Team Changes
We are pleased to announce that 23-year veteran Jack Chee has taken on the U.S. CIO – Asset Management role.
Insight Newsletter—Summer 2023
Our Insight Newsletter is now available. Included in this edition: Investment Commentary Gauging the Odds of a Recession Wealth Management Team Updates View
Gauging the Odds of a Recession and What it Would Mean for Investors
While the U.S. economy has recently been more resilient than many expected, the question remains whether the Fed’s aggressive series of rate rises will lead to a recession in coming quarters. In this post we consider the relevant economic data to address this question and the potential impact on financial markets.