Contact: Trisa Summers
TUCSON, Ariz. (July 20, 2010) — Financial Advisor Magazine has listed TCI Wealth Advisors as one of the top ranked registered investment advisory firms for 2010. TCI is also listed in the July/August issue of Wealth Manager Magazine in their 2010 Top Wealth Manager Rankings list.
Financial Advisor Magazine, a publication of Charter Financial Publishing Network, ranks their RIAs nationally by total assets under management. TCI Wealth Advisors was listed 89th nationally in the category of $1 billion and over $1 billion. It is the largest Arizona firm listed. Click here for FA Magazine Rankings.
Wealth Manager Magazine and WealthManagerWeb.com, properties of Summit Business Media, bases its rankings on an extensive survey taken by the largest SEC registered investment advisors in the U.S. Click here for Wealth Manager Rankings. “The firms that participate in the annual Top Wealth Managers survey are the lion’s share of the largest, most established registered investment advisors in America,” according to the WealthManagerWeb.com Editor-in-Chief Kathleen McBride.
“Our top priority is always to provide our client’s with exceptional service. It is affirming to be compared with our peers and find that we are measuring up as well,” commented Robert Swift, President of TCI Wealth Advisors.
TCI Wealth Advisors, Inc. is an independent, fee-only wealth advisory firm headquartered in Tucson, Ariz. With offices in Scottsdale, Flagstaff and Reno/Tahoe, Nev., and close to $850 million in assets under management, TCI is one of the largest independent, registered investment advisory firms in the Southwest. For more information, visit www.tciwealth.com or call 877-733-1859.
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