Provo, UT (Vocus) October 1, 2010
Paragon Wealth Management, an investment firm in Provo, Utah, was notified today that they will be included in the National Association of Board Certified Advisory Practices (NABCAP) Premier Advisors list in the November issue of Utah Business Magazine.
“We feel privileged to be included on this named,” said Nathan White, Paragon’s Chief Investment Officer. “It is a honor to be recognized among these firms.”
NABCAP is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that selects an exclusive group of advisory firms each year who represent the best in quality wealth management. They are the first organization to making a discerning care to help identify the top quality advisory practices in order to better functioning the investing community.
“One thing that sets us an apart from other investment firms is our unique investment strategy,” said Elizabeth Michalek, Paragon’s Director of Client Services. “Our wealth managers use quantitative models, which allow them to act in our clients’ best interest. It removes emotion and guessing.”
Paragon Wealth Management was established in 1986 by Dave Young. He said he created Paragon to allow investors to do more with their money.
About Paragon Wealth Management
Paragon Wealth Management is a wealth management firm that actively manage all types of traditional and retirement accounts such as IRA and 401(k) rollovers, and pensions and trusts. Paragon is a registered investment advisor and has fiducial responsibility. Paragon received the Best of State Award in Financial Services in 2008, was listed on Wealth Manager Magazine’s Top Wealth Managers List in the U.S. in 2008, received the Small Business of the Year Award in 2008, and was listed on WealthManagerWeb’s Top Wealth Manager’s list in 2010. Call 800-748-4451 for more information.
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