Barron's Names Telemus Among Top Financial Advisors



SOUTHFIELD — Telemus Capital Partners, a leading independent advisory firm specializing in wealth management services for high net worth individuals, has again been named to Barron’s annual ranking of “Top 100 Financial Advisors.”

Telemus, with offices in Southfield and Ann Arbor, is the top-ranked southeast Michigan-based advisory firm on this year’s list, and at a ranking of 44th overall, is one of just two Michigan firms to rank among the top 50 nationwide.  2013 marks Telemus’ third consecutive year in the top half of the prestigious financial magazine’s annual ranking.

According to Barron’s, the list, which incorporates both independent firms and large wirehouses, represents America's top financial advisors, as identified by the publication.  The ranking reflects the volume of assets overseen by advisors and their teams, revenue generated for the firm and the quality of the advisory practice.

“The annual Barron’s ranking, while a nice accolade for Telemus, really is more significant in what it represents for our clients and our commitment to their long-term financial success,” said Gary Ran, partner and chairman of Telemus Capital Partners.  “Being the only southeast Michigan firm ranked among the top half of a nationwide list also speaks volumes to the work we are doing and can do for this area’s high-net-worth investors.”

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