WFG Launches New Company Website to Enhance Client Engagement

Features Include Client Tools, Speakers Bureau, Upcoming Events, Customized Content and Inside WFG

Washington Financial Group (WFG), a nationally recognized and award-winning leader in providing retirement plan and wealth management services, today announced the launch of the new company website designed to enhance client engagement by adding several new features (https://www.washfinancial.com/). Recognizing that clients desire ongoing education and valuable content to help them make financial decisions, WFG’s website offers information on upcoming educational events, infographics, webinars and newsletters addressing key topics centered around retirement plans and wealth management.

“In the area of retirement planning, we will utilize our new website to provide ongoing education and content designed with the goal to enhance our client’s employees’ retirement readiness and impact savings rates in a positive way,” said Joe DeNoyior, WFG’s Managing Partner. “We are focused on providing our clients with the necessary resources, tools and technology they need to pursue successful retirement outcomes for every employee.”

“In addition to our website, we created the new WFG tagline Focused on You,” said WFG Partner, Jeff Hamblen. “Focused on You is our core value because of the individual attention that our clients receive based on their specific financial goals and objectives. When it comes to financial planning, our approach is customized because one size does not fit all clients. Our new website will reflect this philosophy of client customization.”

 

 


Securities offered through LPL Financial, Member FINRA/SIPC. Investment advice offered through Global Retirement Partners, LLC (GRP) a registered investment advisor. GRP, LPL Financial, and Washington Financial Group are separate non-affiliated entities.

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