Essex, CT According to Essex Financial, Kevin Nolan and Sean Flynn have been named recipients of the WealthManagement.com’s 2019 Thrive Awards, honoring the nation’s fastest-growing advisors.
“Sean and I are honored to be recognized by a top publication like WealthManagement.com on their Thrive Award list of Fastest Growing Advisors. This is a welcomed acknowledgment of our holistic, client centric team approach to financial planning and our disciplined academic approach to investment management,” said Nolan.
Flynn said, “This could not have been possible without the loyalty, support and trust of our clients as well as the backing of the entire Essex Financial team."
“The WealthManagement.com’s Thrive Awards is unlike any other recognition program,” said WealthManagement.com editor-in-chief David Armstrong. “Rather than acknowledging AUM or profitability, it recognizes advisors who are on the way up — those who have proven themselves skilled and ambitious by virtue of three solid years of revenue growth. We believe revenue growth is a metric that demonstrates advisor success in providing services of real value to clients and prospects, and key to building a sustainable business for the future.”
“We are delighted and very proud that Kevin and Sean have been selected to this prestigious list of Fastest Growing Advisors” said Charles Cumello, Jr., president and CEO of Essex Financial. “We look forward to their continued growth and continued efforts to assist clients in reaching their wealth management and planning goals.”
This award adds to other recognition that Nolan and Flynn have recently received. This includes Flynn being named FORBES Best-In-State Next-Gen Wealth Advisors. The Southport Group employs a deep discovery process that seeks to understand a client’s entire financial picture – their goals, beliefs, values and experiences with wealth. They use a disciplined approach to investing that is comprehensive and academic in nature – while being consistently monitored and evaluated for success and the changing needs of clients.