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Investment Advisors Corp adds Trust Company of America’s custodial platform

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Trust Company of America has entered a strategic relationship with Investment Advisors Corp (IAC), a registered investment advisor with more than 120 investment advisor representatives across the US.

The new alliance will give IAC advisors access to custody services and Trust Company of America’s single application technology platform, a model-based trading platform for growth-oriented advisors.
 
IAC advisors will also have full access to Liberty, a fully-mobile technology (web or app) that provides anywhere/anytime access to account information and reports.
 
“This partnership elevates our game and enhances what we can do for our advisor clients and their investors,” says Michael Sherzan, president and CEO of Investment Advisors Corp and chairman of the firm’s parent company, BDFSC Holdings Corp. “More and more, we are seeing strong growth among our independent advisors, and our work with TCA will enable us to put a greater focus on the RIA market.”
 
Investment Advisors Corp has seen strong growth in recent years with its team of RIAs who provide fee-based advisory, financial planning and comprehensive asset management services to individuals, corporations, endowments, foundations, high net-worth investors and other clients.
 
“We are excited about this alliance with Investment Advisors Corp,” says Josh Pace, senior vice president of business at Trust Company of America. “We share a similar vision and values, and our technology platform and hands-on consultative services for advisors can help IAC’s RIAs achieve exponential growth in their businesses.”

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