Moneta in the News: May 2021

It was an exciting month at Moneta with the official launch of our in-house trust company, Moneta Trust (click here to read the media coverage detailing that announcement).

Nonetheless, our team still found time to weigh in on key industry trends. See below for a recap of the month’s media highlights:


Financial Advisor Magazine (see page 2): Without diversity, firms miss opportunity

  • Our Chief Talent Officer Bethany Wilkinson and Director of Strategic Planning & Performance Management Anthony Palazzolo spoke with reporter Karen DeMasters about diversity and inclusion efforts in the advisory space. Specifically, Bethany and Anthony explained Moneta’s process for attracting and retaining a range of talent to better serve our diverse client base.

Barron’s: How these 6 top women advisors are advancing their careers

  • In this article, Partner Diane Compardo shared how she strategically built a team committed to elevating each other and delivering top-notch client service. Diane also touched on her approach to advising younger women in the industry.

Barron’s: Moneta’s Eric Kittner: Why the $27 billion firm says no to private equity

  • Our CEO & Chairman of the Board Eric Kittner conducted an in-depth Q&A about why remaining completely partner-owned is best for Moneta clients and advisors. Eric also discussed Moneta’s history, keys to the firm’s success, recent company milestones, his approach to client service and the current market environment — to name a few!

Kiplinger: 5 signs you should fire your financial adviser

  • Kiplinger turned to our CEO & Chairman of the Board for insight on red flags in the advisor-client relationship. Eric highlighted the importance of checking in with clients regularly and during significant life events.

Financial Advisor Magazine: Why it’s best to grow your RIA without outside capital

  • Eric Kittner, CEO & Chairman of the Board, authored an article explaining how the introduction of outside capital can adversely affect a financial advisory firm’s independent decision-making. Specifically, Eric outlined the potential impacts to employees, clients and corporate culture.

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