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FA Magazine Lists RegentAtlantic as Top Ranking RIA in 2022

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We are pleased to announce that Financial Advisor (FA) Magazine has named RegentAtlantic as one of America’s Top Registered Investment Advisors (RIAs) for 2022. This year, RegentAtlantic ranked 83 out of 534 firms.

Financial Advisor Magazine RIA Survey Methodology

FA’s RIA survey is a ranking based on assets under management at year end of independent RIA firms that file their own ADV with the SEC. FA’s RIA ranking orders firms from largest to smallest, based on AUM reported to FA Magazine by firms that voluntarily complete and submit FA’s survey by its deadline. FA Magazine states they do their best to verify AUM by reviewing ADV forms. To be eligible for the ranking, FA Magazine advises that firms must be independent registered investment advisors and file their own ADV statement with the SEC and provide financial planning and related services to individual clients. Firms must have at least $500 million in assets under management as of December 31, 2021 to be included in the print edition of Financial Advisor magazine’s 2022 RIA survey. Firms with under $500 million are included the FA’s expanded online RIA survey.

FA Magazine advises that corporate RIA firms and investment advisor representatives (IARs) are not eligible for this survey.  A corporate RIA is a registered investment advisor most often formed by a broker-dealer that files an ADV with the SEC. Advisors who are affiliated with the broker-dealer or other entity’s corporate RIA may offer investment advice. They are considered Investment Advisor Representatives (IARs) of the corporate RIA. All of the assets under management of the IARs are included in the corporate RIA’s ADV filed with the SEC.

Important Disclosure Information

RegentAtlantic did not pay a fee to FA Magazine in exchange for inclusion in the FA Magazine’s Annual RIA Ranking. Please note that this is not an indication of any client’s experience with RegentAtlantic, nor is this an indication of RegentAtlantic’s future performance.

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