Achieving your retirement goals is best accomplished with the help of a trusted investment advisor — one who listens first, understands personal situations and timing, then studies and recommends the best options.
We believe the best way to help our clients achieve these goals is to provide support every step of the way. That’s why we identify and recommend additional professionals and resources to help administer your group or individual retirement plan in the simplest, most effective way possible.
Put simply, our mission is to help you maintain focus on your individual and retirement business goals.
We take a holistic approach when developing your retirement solution, including current and projected income, family considerations, and post-work goals. For business owners, we also consider corporate retirement plans and business succession planning.
There’s nothing more personal than retirement goals and planning. After all, the vision of retirement is different for every individual, business owner, and non-profit organization.
No matter who we’re developing retirement solutions for, we consider the entire financial situation.
All of our clients receive the benefits of our global perspective for investment offerings, along with a personal approach that can only come from a local relationship and dedicated advisor contact.
Melissa D. Bane, CPA, CFP®, PFS®, ChFC
Senior Client Private Advisor
William M Coxe, Jr., CRPC™
Private Client Advisor
Denise H. Lollis, CPFA®
Chief Operating Officer
Chief Compliance Officer
Private Client Specialist
Brian L. Disher, CFP®
Director of Wealth Management
Quintin A. Pile, CFP®
Private Client Advisor
John W. Cooper, CFP®
Senior Private Client Advisor
K. Diane Symmes
Private Client Administrator
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