Moneta Trust in the News

Start spreading the news, Moneta has its own trust company! This move provides our advisors with tools to more efficiently pass clients’ net worth onto the next generation and furthers our commitment to fiduciary practices and independence.

Below, we laid out a few of our top media highlights showcasing the announcement:

St. Louis Business Journal: St. Louis investment firm Moneta forms its own trust company in latest step to fortify its independence

  • Partner Gene Diederich and CEO & Chairman of the Board Eric Kittner shared background on the advisor and client demand that led to the creation of Moneta Trust. Diederich noted how Moneta advisors’ knowledge of individual client needs made supporting their wealth transfer plan the obvious next step. The team’s thoughts also appeared in the Kansas City Business Journal.

St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Business bulletin board: Moneta expands; Alliance merges; Trouw breaks ground

  • Covering news in our headquarters of St. Louis, this local outlet included the  announcement in a business news brief.

Barron’s: Why this $27 billion RIA launched its own trust company

  • Our CEO & Chairman of the Board Eric Kittner explained the impetus behind establishing Moneta Trust. In the article, he details how an in-house trust company can better serve the unique needs of clients with complex financial situations.

Missouri Business Alert: Missouri Minute: Lawmakers pass bill limiting local health orders; gas prices hit six-year high

  • News of the launch and the motive for establishing Moneta Trust was highlighted in this local Missouri outlet, which covers top business news across the state.

Family Wealth Report: Moneta launches trust to aid family wealth transfer

Eric Kittner, CEO & Chairman of the Board, and Gene Diederich, Partner, discussed the details of launching Moneta Trust. The duo shared how the trust company will simplify the upcoming intergenerational transfer of wealth.

Springfield Business Journal: STL investment firm forms trust company

  • This Missouri-based outlet detailed how the capabilities of a trust company will benefit Moneta clients. Another RIA gets into the trust business

  • Our CEO & Chairman of the Board Eric Kittner explained how developing a trust company allows Moneta advisors to manage client assets through generations — something clients have requested for a long time.

Kansas City Business Journal: Moneta partner sheds light on plans for its trust company in KC

  • Partner Gene Diederich explained the history of the firm’s involvement in Kansas City as well as the drive for launching Moneta Trust there. The article also ran in the St. Louis Business Journal.

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