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      The Role of Your Advisor

      No one knows you better than your financial advisor. It’s likely that you share information with your advisor to which only your closest family members are otherwise privy. That’s why any sound investment program should be based on a personal relationship that is open, trusting and respectful.

      You deserve the professional advice of a financial advisor whose interest is vested in the success of your portfolio. Let your advisor keep tabs on the global financial marketplace, monitor allocations, diversification and progress towards long term goals. This professional advisor can help you make informed, professional choices and help you construct a plan designed with your goals in mind.

      Your financial advisor has access to resources that enable him or her to:

      • Offer the kind of services that meet sophisticated challenges head-on

      • Focus on risk management through asset class diversification

      • Guide you in selecting an appropriate asset allocation model

      • Monitors your allocation

      • Asset Management Services selects quality portfolio managers

      • Utilize forward-thinking research

      There is no assurance that any investment strategy will be successful. Diversification does not ensure a profit or guarantee against a loss.