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Working With Weaver Capital

General Information

Investment Minimum
Weaver Capital manages client investment portfolios on a discretionary basis. In order to maintain the highest level of service for our clients, Weaver Capital generally adheres to a client minimum of $1,000,000 in investable assets.

Financial Planning
A Customized Comprehensive Financial Plan is created for each client. This generally includes Cash Flow Analysis, Retirement Planning, Income Tax and Estate Planning, Charitable Giving Strategies, Insurance Review, Goals Planning and Wealth Transfer Strategies.  Learn more

Investment Management
Each client completes a risk-tolerance questionnaire which assesses their market experience, time horizon, liquidity constraints and any other information vital to their Investment Plan. Based on the results of this analysis, they are presented with an Investment Model that best aligns with the their ability to tolerate risk. To implement the client’s Investment Plan, Weaver Capital will manage the client’s investment portfolio on a discretionary basis. Learn more

Asset Protection
Investment assets under the management of Weaver Capital are generally held at a qualified third-party custodian; primarily Charles Schwab & Co., Inc (Schwab). Client assets held in custody at Schwab are protected by multiple levels of security. First, in compliance with SEC mandate, client assets are segregated from broker-dealer assets and protected from any creditor claims against the custodian. Second, assets are covered by the Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC). Third, Schwab provides an extra level of protection by participating in a program lead by Lloyd’s of London which provides brokerage insurance in excess of SIPC coverage. Learn more

Standard of Care
As a Registered Investment Advisor, Weaver Capital is legally obligated to satisfy the “Fiduciary Standard” as opposed to the “Suitability Standard” of Agents and Brokers. The “Fiduciary Standard” states that an advisor must act in the best interest of the client, provide full and fair disclosure and manage investments in utmost good faith through the duration of their advisory relationship. In contrast, the “Suitability Standard” states that an investment must be suitable only at the time of sale. Learn more

Compensation
Our management and planning services are “fee-only”, meaning our compensation is based on a percentage of assets placed under management and billed quarterly in advance. We sell no products and receive no commissions.