SAN DIEGO–(BUSINESS WIRE) – UBS Wealth Management USA announced today that nine financial advisors and two private wealth advisors have been named to Forbes / SHOOK Research’s Top Wealth Advisors list for 2021 in the company’s San Diego Market.
They are: Frank Baldwin, Brian Donaldson, Braydon Hamilton, and Christopher Radici of the La Jolla office; Peter Andreasen, Courtney Liddy, and Earl Thompson of the downtown San Diego office; Blair Cannon, Kalyn Maher Walker, and Steven DeMatteo of the Carmel Valley office; and Daniel Shiu of the Honolulu office, which falls under the San Diego Market.
“These advisors are dedicated, hardworking, and committed to providing insightful and objective advice to their clients, leveraging the breadth and depth of the company’s global resources,” said Chris Marsh, market leader, San Diego, UBS Wealth Management USA. “I am proud that they are recognized for their great work.”
This year’s Forbes / SHOOK Research list of best-in-state wealth advisors includes over 5,000 advisors across the country who manage more than $ 6 trillion in client assets. Each consultant is selected based on an algorithm of qualitative and quantitative measures, including telephone and face-to-face interviews, compliance records and revenue generated for their companies.
The full list and more information can be found at: https://www.forbes.com/best-in-state-wealth-advisors/#52c71233291d.
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