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When you choose our firm, you benefit from obtaining comprehensive advice from a team of highly-qualified professionals with backgrounds in accounting, financial planning, and portfolio management. We have guided clients and managed investment portfolios through some of the most challenging times in U.S. history. As a team, we have more than 100 years of combined asset management experience.

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As an SEC registered investment advisory firm, we deliver objective, unbiased recommendations to our clients. While some companies recommend investment products that are manufactured by parent or subsidiary business entities, we have no such ties. We represent our clients and their interests, rather than any specific company. We work for you.

A Personal Profile, A Balanced Portfolio

Every investor’s profile is unique. Geneva Partners works with each client to develop a portfolio that is tailored to them, using a combination of stocks, bonds, exchange-traded funds, and cash to meet their various, personal needs.

If you are looking to partner with an experienced team who is fully dedicated to the growth and preservation of your wealth, we welcome you to contact us to get the conversation started.

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