September is National Recovery Month, the world’s annual campaign to end overdose, remember those who have passed and acknowledge the grief of the family and friends left behind, while ending the stigma that comes along with it.
At Vanderbilt, we believe that our Advisors can only go as far as their tools let them. Throughout the month we have rolled out a variety of tools and programs that we believe will benefit our Advisors and in turn their clients. Below you will be able to see, in detail, the programs we have enacted throughout August and what each program brings to our Advisor community.ADVISOR CONCIERGE DEDICATED LINE TO OPERATIONS - AUGUST 1ST
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We believe the additions of these tools and services will result in a better overall experience for our Advisors and in turn their clients. This is just the beginning as we are constantly looking to make changes and enhancements to the systems we have in place. Through the remainder of 2023 and beyond we hope to bring additional improvements to help in our Advisor's success.
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), started in 2015, provide a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet by ending poverty, improving health and education, reducing inequality, and spurring economic growth while addressing climate change and working to preserve our oceans and forests, by the year 2030.
With 2023 half way over we wanted to take a moment to reflect on the success and growth has had during the first half of the year. Vanderbilt strives to provide their Advisors with the best tools available, to support and grow their businesses, no matter what the current condition of the markets are.
Vanderbilt Financial Group was recognized by Investment News as a Top Independent Broker-Dealer for 2023, our second year in a row. We were also awarded the Top Broker-Dealer Award for 2023 by Financial Services Review, and was recognized as an Inclusive Workplace by Best Companies Group and COLOR Magazine.
The United States recognizes Federal Holidays as dates designated by the U.S. government as holidays, where non-essential government offices and most businesses are closed in commemoration and recognition of important dates. Of the 11 dates recognized as Federal Holidays, Memorial Day is one that many look forward to, with many considering it the unofficial start of summer. While we all love Memorial Day for the barbecues, spending time with friends and family and the three-day weekend, it is also important to remember the origin of the holiday and who it honors.