Camper joins CAPTRUST from Dixon, Hubard, Feinour & Brown, Inc. where he served as a retirement plan advisor. Camper will be based in Roanoke, Virginia, the firm’s second location in the state.
CAPTRUST already operates a branch office in Richmond, which opened in 2005 with the acquisition of Atlanta-based, Palmer & Cay Investment Services. The addition of Camper marks the sixth financial advisor to join CAPTRUST since the start of 2009, including Mark Davis (see Davis to Anchor CAPTRUST West Coast Expansion ) and Steve Wilt (see Wilt & Team Join Up With CAPTRUST ). Fielding Miller, CAPTRUST co-founder and CEO (see Miller Time ), credits the company’s disciplined focus on providing specialized independent and objective investment advice to middle-market companies and their executives for the firm’s consistent performance in attracting and retaining financial advisors.
“We strive to be the platinum brand advisory firm for our middle-market companies and their executives,” said Miller. “This means we’re going to continue to be thoughtful on how we grow as a firm. Attracting and retaining talented advisors who are committed to helping plan sponsors and their participants is ultimately how we’ll get there.”
Headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina, CAPTRUST Financial Advisors represents $22 billion in client assets with offices in Akron, Ohio; Atlanta, Birmingham, Ala.; Boston, Charlotte, N.C.; Jackson, Miss.; Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Pa.; Portland, Maine; Richmond and Roanoke, Va.; and Washington, D.C.
To learn more, visit www.captrustadvisors.com .
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