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Lexington Wealth Management kicks off 2012 with three senior team additions

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Lexington Wealth Management has made three key additions to its senior team in Mark Carley, Managing Director, Frank Censullo, Senior Relationship Manager, and Scott Klein, Senior Relationship Manager.

"Even in the midst of a volatile market, 2011 was an exciting year for Lexington Wealth as we met the needs of our clients while expanding the firm," says Mike Tucci, President of Lexington Wealth Management. "As we enter 2012, we are thrilled to keep the momentum going. Mark, Frank, and Scott all bring unique strengths to the firm. They have outstanding experience that further strengthens our offering for our core base of clients with net worth from $2 to $20 million, but also greatly enhances our presence for more complex work with families in the ultra-high net worth category. We look forward to working with them for years to come."

Carley, Censullo, and Klein joined Lexington Wealth from Wells Fargo. They were also part of the original team at Tanager Financial Services, and each have served in the wealth management, and financial services industries for more than two decades, with significant ties to the Boston area.

"When we all started at Tanager, we were inspired by the boutique feel and the ability to truly work as a team to help our clients handle all phases of wealth, from investments to managing transfers to future generations to simply making the most out of their financial situation," says Carley. "Lexington Wealth brings us back to that feeling, and we’re thrilled to have found a unique, intelligent firm that recaptures the elements that brought us together in the first place."

This announcement follows on news of Lexington Wealth’s move in September 2011 into larger offices to accommodate growth as the firm continues to attract more clients and professional staff.

 

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