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Meridian Wealth Management approved as SEC registered investment adviser

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Financial advisory practice Meridian Wealth Management been formally approved by the SEC as a registered investment adviser.



Already known as LPL Financial advisers, this designation enables the firm to develop more flexible investment strategies for clients to include more customised solutions for their financial planning needs.

"This designation streamlines the way in which we are able to adapt to changing client circumstances, tax laws and market conditions," says founding partner Richard Mower. "We can operate in the fullest, most autonomous way, allowing us to establish business practices that are always in the best interest of our clients."

Approval with the SEC is a stringent process, requiring review and then acceptance of the firm’s policies and procedures, code of ethics, privacy policy, business continuity plan, experience, financials and disclosures.

The Wealth Adviser Awards 2013 for the top wealth manager and service providers will be held in London towards the end of Q1 2013. Please click here to nominate your product/firm.

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