Above-average wealth requires above-average wealth management. We will not only take a deep dive into your individual financial picture but the complexities of your family dynamics as well. This involves getting to know your beneficiaries so we can develop a strategic wealth management plan that involves each generation.
High-net-worth investors and families often create similar investment accounts at different institutions, thinking that may be an effective strategy to mitigate their risk. Doing this, however, counteracts the idea behind diversification in that it can create confusion when attempting to keep track of your assets.
Consolidating your assets under a professional financial advisor may offer lower costs, streamline administration, and reduce the likelihood that your investment efforts overlap or contradict your overall plan.
Bring your children in the next time a financial meeting is scheduled and help them build a relationship with your trusted advisor. Having this meeting with your advisor is an excellent and non-threatening way to shed light on your situation. We can work closely with your tax and legal professionals to help ensure tax and estate planning issues are comprehensively addressed.
Diversification does not ensure a profit or protect against loss.