Brinker Capital, an RIA, says it is lowering the investment minimum of its Wealth Advisory services to $1 million from $2 million. The firm also has added both a vice president/senior portfolio manager and director of wealth planning solutions: Mitch Kerr, CFA, who previously was with TD Private Client Wealth, and Sarab Shamoon-Springer, formerly of Morgan Stanley Wealth Management.
“By making platform and personnel enhancements, we are pleased to be able to lower our minimums and offer Brinker Capital’s Wealth Advisory services to more financial advisors and clients,” according to Chief Administrative Officer Jason Moore. “This change was possible because of our commitment to and investment in both people and technology to enhance our service offering.”
Brinker Wealth Advisory helps advisors offer high-net-worth and institutional clients tailored investment solutions, including access to portfolio managers, tax management and transition solutions, as well as partners specializing in alternative investments, banking and lending, business valuation, ESG solutions, philanthropic services and trust services. It has $22 billion in assets under management.