Most Investment Advisors that don't sell products require new clients to have a certain amount of minimum assets
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Columbus, OH (Vocus) February 25, 2009
The Significant losses in the markets and recent episodes of financial fraud have left many of those needing investment management unable to get adequate financial advice. In response to this, Beacon Hill Investment Advisory has implemented a Pro Bono Investment Management plan to help get these victims back on their feet. Application information can be found at Beacon Hill Advisory/ProBono.
With FINRA arbitration filings up 54% in 2008, the need for independent and objective advice for many to rebuild their financial lives is enormous. "Most Investment Advisors that don't sell products require new clients to have a certain amount of minimum assets," says Mark Fissel, cofounder of Beacon Hill Investment Advisory. "In this environment, many people simply can't qualify. We have decided to take on, without charge, one individual and one institution that have been through some sort of hardship." If you or someone you know has been through a hardship, more details and application information can be found at http://www.BeaconHillAdvisory.com/ProBono. Additional weight will be given to applicants that have been the victim of fraud or malfeasance.
Beacon Hill Investment Advisory is a Columbus, OH Fee-Only Investment Advisor, specializing in investment management and financial planning. Additional information about the firm can be found at http://www.BeaconHillAdvisory.com.