AUSTIN, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Bob Harrell of Harrell Investment Partners is pleased to announce that
he has been named to the 2019 edition of the Financial Times 400 Top
Financial Advisers. The list recognizes top financial advisers at
national, independent, regional and bank broker-dealers from across the
This is the seventh annual FT 400 list, produced independently by the
Financial Times in collaboration with Ignites Research, a subsidiary of
the FT that provides business intelligence on investment management.
Financial advisers from across the brokerage industry applied for
consideration, having met a set of minimum requirements. The applicants
were then graded on six criteria: assets under management (AUM); AUM
growth rate; experience; advanced industry credentials; online
accessibility; and compliance records. There are no fees or other
considerations required of advisers who apply for the FT 400.
The final FT 400 represents an impressive cohort of elite advisers, as
the “average” adviser in this year’s FT 400 has 29 years of experience
and manages $1.8 billion in assets. The FT 400 advisers hail from 38
states and Washington, D.C.
The FT 400 is one in a series of rankings of top advisers by the
Financial Times, including the FT 300 (independent RIA firms) and
the FT 401 (DC retirement plan advisers).
Earlier this week, Harrell announced the opening of Harrell Investment
Partners (HIP) in Austin. Harrell brings 25 years of financial expertise
to his new endeavor, including his 2019 recognition as one of Barron’s
Top Independent Advisors and Forbes Best-in-State Wealth Advisors in
Located at 3814 Medical Parkway in Austin, the new Harrell Investment
Partners office was designed by Dawn Thompson Interiors, whose work
includes Tiny Boxwoods. For more information, visit: https://harrellpartners.com/.
For photos, visit: here
The Financial Times 400 Top Financial Advisors is an independent
listing produced annually by the Financial Times (April 2019). The FT
400 is based on data gathered from advisors, broker-dealer home offices,
regulatory disclosures, and the FT’s research. The listing reflects each
advisor’s status in six primary areas: assets under management (AUM),
asset growth, compliance record, experience, credentials and online
accessibility. This award does not evaluate the quality of services
provided to clients and is not indicative of this advisor’s future
performance. Neither the brokerages nor the advisors pay a fee to the
Financial Times in exchange for inclusion in the FT 400.