Hadley A. Weinberg, CFP Managing Partner
Weinberg Financial GroupAn Independently Owned Financial Services Firm Since 1982
Offices servicing Boston, Buffalo and Jamestown
Weinberg Financial Group, created in 1982 as an independently owned financial services firm grew from 2 individuals to a collaboration of 8 financial executives, 3 primary offices and servicing clients worldwide. We have viewed our relationship with our clients with the utmost care and service and put the clients' needs first. Personal service is our cornerstone. Whether you're looking to save, do a rollover, manage your parent's assets, or start a retirement plan as a Weinberg Financial Group client you are a valued part of our family.
How is Weinberg Financial Group Different?
Experience. Most of our associates have been providing independent wealth management for over 25 years and have the added expertise of being CFP's or CLU's. The benefits of a small personal service firm and the resources of a larger organization. Weinberg Financial Group, although independent, also has access to the benefits of several key players in the financial service industry. We utilize National Financial Services LLC, a division of Fidelity, for our custodial services and our broker dealer Investacorp, Inc. is a subsidiary of Ladenburg Thalmann Financial Services, founded in 1876 and one of the oldest NY stock exchange firms. Our professionals have access to many investment strategies such as stocks, bonds, mutual funds, IPO's, independent money managers through Investacorp Advisory Services, Inc., A SEC Registered Investment Advisory Firm, a wide variety of insurance services and thru Ladenburg and Fidelity additional services for you. Our "independent" status enables us to address our client's financial needs individually and with a broad selection of solutions.
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