Paris will now work with retirement plans and adviser groups in Colorado, Kansas, Kansas City, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas. He has been an institutional consultant with Unified Trust Company since 2010. He primarily focuses on the state of Kentucky, which is where Unified Trust is headquartered.
In his expanded role, Paris will provide consulting services to advisers, sponsors and participants by promoting fiduciary best practices and delivering outcomes-based solutions to retirement planning. He will continue to serve plans and advisers in the state of Kentucky as well as the six additional states.
“I am excited about the opportunity to extend Unified Trust’s mission of helping people achieve a successful retirement outcome to other regions of the country,” said Paris.
Before joining Unified Trust, Paris was the general manager/operations manager for a large railroad services company and brought with him multiple years of employee benefits experience from the plan sponsor perspective. He is an accredited investment fiduciary (AIF) and is a graduate of William Jewell College in Liberty, Missouri.
Paris is also the 2012-2013 President of the Lexington (Kentucky) Employee Benefits Council and has spent several years on the program committee for the Louisville (Kentucky) Employee Benefits Council.
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