WFG Named 2017 NAPA Top DC Advisor Firm

Washington Financial Group has been named to the National Association of Plan Advisors first-ever list of top defined contribution (DC) Advisor Firms.

The NAPA Top DC Advisor Firms is a compilation of leading individual advisor firms, or teams, ranked by DC assets under advisement.

“Since their inception, NAPA’s various industry lists have been a valuable Who’s Who of who matters in the world of retirement plans and retirement plan advisors,” noted Nevin Adams, Chief Content Officer of the American Retirement Association and Editor-in-Chief of NAPA-Net, which compiled the listing.

“As the nation’s leading voice for retirement plan advisors, we are pleased to highlight the contributions these firms are making in helping building a more financially secure retirement for millions of Americans.”

The inaugural list of NAPA’s Top DC Advisor Firms, which will be published in the Winter issue of NAPA Net, the Magazine, is available online at http://www.napa-net.org/top-dc-advisor-firms/.

 

 


To be considered a NAPA 2017 Top DC Advisor Firm, advisers had to submit an application form to NAPA-Net. The list focuses on investment advisory teams, rather than individual investment advisers, and on the defined contribution practice specifically. Teams are ranked based on Assets under Advisement (as of 12/30/2016). The complete list can be found here: http://www.napa-net.org/top-dc-advisor-firms/

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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