We are thrilled to see Christopher Van Slyke, WorthPointe’s founder, on the 2019 Forbes Best-In-State Wealth Advisors list for Wyoming.
This elite list is composed of some the nation’s best advisors, organized by their location. Advisors were nominated by their respective firms and thoroughly researched by SHOOK Research on behalf of Forbes. SHOOK Research gathered online surveys and conducted phone interviews with each advisor to choose the best and rank them, based on qualitative and quantitative data.
Forbes organized the advisors based on location, finding many clients are looking for an advisor who works nearby and understands their particular background and experience, according to its website.
Christopher Van Slyke exemplifies the client-focused service the Forbes list prioritized. He certainly deserves this recognition. Congratulations, Christopher.
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