The Relationship Process for Our Advisory Accounts

By discussing where you are and where you want to be, we seek to identify how we may help and whether we are a good fit for you.

Upon mutual agreement that we are the right fit for each other, we review your current financial situation to provide recommendations for your future.

Based on the results of our analysis, we discuss what changes may be needed to get you where you want to go. This process forms the foundation of your plan.

Working together, we lay out the steps needed to help align your money to achieve your goals. This is the process that puts your plan into action.

As the most important part of the process, we strive for continual communication, seeking to understand how your life changes.

The Keys to a Successful Relationship

What you can expect from us

You can trust that we will consistently and responsibly perform all requested services and that we will be available when you need us.

We will:

  • Treat you with respect, honesty and dignity
  • Act as your advisor, putting your interests first
  • Strive to acquire a complete and accurate understanding of your goals, your tolerance for investment risk and your time frame
  • Explain the implications of the strategies proposed
  • Update you by email, mail and phone
  • Meet with you regularly to review your Financial Strategy Action Plan

What we expect from you

Effective communication and mutual respect are essential to a successful partnership, so we expect

  • Trust
  • Complete disclosure
  • Respect
  • Sincerity
  • Honesty
  • Commitment

We want you to understand that our recommendations are always based on your best interest. As our client, you need to know that all advice will be based on the information you provide to us. We expect you to participate enthusiastically in the investment planning process.

Mutual responsibilities

Working together is essential to effective investment planning. To this end, we will:

  • Agree to keep each other informed of any new developments that might affect these strategies
  • Agree to take the time to regularly review your Financial Strategy Action Plan
  • Be both honest and forthcoming about your financial situation
  • Work to develop mutual trust, respect, and understanding