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  • Our services are customized to each client’s needs and goals. We include portfolio management & oversight, asset allocation including real estate & alternative investments, tax planning, retirement planning, succession planning, estate planning and asset protection strategies. We provide coordination and support for our clients’ other advisors with the goal of a team approach to planning.

  • Yes. John Thompson is a Certified Investment Analyst® (CIMA®) administered by the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania, and in 2013, he earned the Certified Private Wealth Advisor® (CPWA®) Certification, administered by the Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago and the Investments & Wealth Institute.

  • We serve high net worth families, entrepreneurs, professionals, and retirees. Our clients often have complex financial situations and desire a comprehensive, customized, and objective approach. We are proud to serve multiple generations of many of our client families with discretion and confidentiality.

  • The term fiduciary derives from the Latin fiduciary, meaning ” trust ” and it means that a person acting as a fiduciary for you has a legal or moral obligation to put your needs and interests before any needs or interests of themselves. We are Registered Investment Advisor Representatives (IAR) reporting directly to the SEC. IARs have a fiduciary duty to their clients, which means they have a fundamental obligation to provide investment advice that always acts in your best interests.

  • As we begin our work together, we conduct a discovery meeting to assess your particular situation and understand objectives, goals, and current plans. Every client has unique prerogatives, so we work to achieve a deep understanding of each client’s priorities in order to construct a plan to find success together.

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