Noyes Adds Senior Advisor Andrew Blackwell to Its Wealth Management Group

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Industry Veteran Joins Noyes in Its Indianapolis Office

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"Andrew Blackwell's decision to join Noyes reflects the value advisors attribute to the client-centric culture, operational expertise and relentless practice management support that distinguishes our firm." James Longstreth

Noyes, a 108 years old wealth management and investment-banking firm, announced today that industry veteran Andy Blackwell has joined its wealth management group as Wealth Advisor.

Blackwell, 54, will be based at Noyes’ Indianapolis office and provide wealth management services and counsel to Noyes’ clients, as well as attracting new high-net-worth clientele. Blackwell joins Noyes from Raymond James Financial where most recently as Senior Vice President he was responsible for implementing a variety of investment services and strategies.

“Andy brings to Noyes more than three decades of wealth management expertise and an in-depth entrepreneurial knowledge of operating a successful advisory business,” said James Longstreth, Noyes’ Market Leader. “In welcoming him to our family, we truly appreciate the immense amount of research and due diligence he conducted before selecting our firm.”

“Undoubtedly, his decision to join Noyes reflects the value advisors attribute to the client centric-culture, operational expertise and relentless practice management support that distinguishes our firm,” concluded Longstreth.

“Upon meeting Noyes’ management I have been particularly impressed with the company’s values, culture and depth of care that goes to each client account,” stated Blackwell. “Noyes’ business model is compelling to any financial advisor seeking to become more strategically focused on client-centric values. I am excited to join a firm with such an outstanding history of success.”

Blackwell began his career in 1984 joining his father Carle’s wealth management practice at Moseley Securities. Shortly after, father and son team joined Dean Witter Reynolds in Indianapolis. After the Morgan Stanley take over of Dean Witter, Carle retired and Andy joined Smith Barney, as he desired to affiliate himself with a smaller firm that could provide higher touch services to his clients. Following the acquisition by Morgan Stanley of Smith Barney, Andy resolved to join Raymond James Financial from where he subsequently joined Noyes.

Blackwell, who attended the University of Arizona, holds FINRA Licenses 3,7 and 65.

About Noyes
Noyes, through its subsidiaries David A. Noyes & Company and Noyes Advisors, LLC is a full-service investment firm headquartered in downtown Chicago with branches throughout the Midwest. Founded in 1908, the firm is one of the oldest securities firms in Chicago, and has served the Indianapolis area for nearly 80 years. The employee owned firm offers a comprehensive menu of products and services to individual and institutional clients. Noyes has seven offices in Illinois, Indiana and Michigan. For more visit http://www.danoyes.com.

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