Risk Audit

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Uncover the risks and opportunities in your portfolio.

Assessing assets and other financial information at a macro level allows us to give a better, more accurate—and often surprising—picture of an investor's true situation, risks and opportunities.

In the thousands of portfolios we have reviewed, we have discovered that 99% of them have hidden risks. Wondering if your portfolio is in the rare 1%?

Did You Know?1
75% of portfolios have little or no tax management..
of portfolios carry unnecessary or unknown risk.
of investment strategies are following or fleeing a trend too late.
of portfolios are missing asset classes.
of portfolios lack an overall plan.
Risk Audit
Assessing your financial situation from a macro perspective allows us to see how everything is—or isn't—working together.
Coordinating investment decisions across and within your wealth plan can help optimize your portfolio.
Without effective diversification, you could be missing opportunities or exposing your portfolio to unnecessary risks.
These days, most holdings are not as safe as they appear.
Understanding what you are paying for is the first step in making sure you receive the value you expect.
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Explore just some of the problems we've found in investor portfolios.

These few simple examples are just a glimpse at the complex problems and missed opportunities to which investors are exposed every day. Identifying the issues—and the right solutions—however, is as unique as is each individual investor.

The examples provided here are intended purely for illustrative purposes and show just some of the risks and missed opportunities hidden within most portfolios. These illustrations are not recommendations and should not be taken as specific investment, planning or tax advice. Because each investor's situation is unique and since individual issues may be interconnected and require different recommendations, a personalized Risk Audit, and coordination with appropriate advisors, is very important.