Forbes Announces the Best-In-State Next Gen Wealth Advisors for 2019: Michael Miller of Wellesley Asset Management Ranked #1 in Massachusetts for the 3rd Consecutive Year
September 10, 2019 10:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time
WELLESLEY, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Michael Miller, CFIP, Chief Investment Officer of Wellesley Asset Management, Inc. was recently ranked by Forbes as the #1 Best-In-State Next Generation Wealth Advisor in Massachusetts, achieving the state’s top spot for the third consecutive year. Miller also ranked #15 in the USA on the national Top Next Generation Wealth Advisors list previously released by Forbes in August 2019.
R.J. Shook, Forbes Contributor, wrote, “With an average tenure of over 12 years for these advisors, there’s a reason millions of families are entrusting their future with this group: they have proven that they stand among the very best in wealth management. Sandwiched between generations, these advisors are eagerly sought by the industry to best serve families. They’re seasoned. They’ve lived through market cycles. And their deep relations with families—often representing three or more generations—position them among the best wealth management has ever seen.”
Michael Miller commented, “I am most appreciative to receive these prominent rankings again this year—a significant honor for me as well our firm, and a tribute to the convertible bond investment strategy that we have provided to our clients for over twenty-five years. Especially during periods of market volatility like we have seen recently, we remain confident about offering investment products that seek to grow wealth while protecting principal.”
“The entire team at Wellesley Asset Management congratulates Michael on these two impressive rankings,” said Greg Miller, CPA, CEO and Co-Founder of Wellesley Asset Management. “Michael’s knowledge of our investment strategy and his educational aptitude are essential to the success of our firm as we introduce another generation to the benefits of investing in our convertible bond strategy.”
About Wellesley Asset Management, Inc.
Wellesley Asset Management (Wellesley) is an SEC registered investment advisory firm located in Wellesley, Massachusetts specializing in the management of convertible bonds through separately managed accounts, mutual funds and a private fund. Managing assets exceeding $2.5 billion, Wellesley is a trusted advisor to a diverse client base serving high and ultra-high net-worth individuals, registered investment advisors, institutions, pensions, and other investment professionals. Founded in 1991, by Greg Miller, CPA and Darlene Murphy, CPA, CFP®, Wellesley invests in convertible bonds deploying absolute return-seeking strategies. Additional information about the firm is available at www.wam.com.
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