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Creating the road map of your financial path

Your personalized financial plan helps ensure we have established a clear pathway for pursuing your financial goals. To help ensure all the crucial details and essential elements are covered in its creation, we follow a thorough and orderly process.


We start by getting to know you as a person in order to gain a firm understanding of your goals, financial situation, investment experience and risk tolerance. We will learn your financial concerns, what you want out of the advisor relationship, and introduce you to our team and capabilities. Once we all agree there is a good fit for an advisory relationship, we collect and analyze the required financial data.


Once we understand what you want to achieve, we’ll begin development of a financial plan with your long- and short-term goals in mind. When we finalize our recommendations, we’ll present them to you, answer your questions, make any necessary adjustments, and then list the actions we will take to implement your plan.


Once you approve the plan, we will begin implementing it by making investments on your behalf. Our focus will be on investments that meet our rigorous due diligence process, diversifying between growth and value investments, varying capitalization, combining low-correlating assets and globalizing your portfolio. We will help in opening and transferring accounts and reviewing key issues with you.


Once your plan is implemented, we monitor its performance and manage its components so your asset allocation remains aligned with your personal objectives. We will meet periodically with you to review and rebalance your portfolio, shift reallocations and make other changes as necessary. It will also be important for you to tell us about any significant changes in your life so we can make appropriate adjustments to ensure your plan remains aligned with your goals and objectives.

Investing involves risk including the possible loss of principal. International investing involves additional risks such as currency fluctuations, differing financial accounting standards, and possible political and economic instability. These risks are greater in emerging markets. Asset allocation does not guarantee a profit nor protect against loss.