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What We Do

We help our clients plan and manage their financial lives so they can focus on the non-financial aspects of their lives that are most important to them.

Individual Investors and Families

There are so many financial products and services available today, it’s hard to know how best to invest—or who to trust for unbiased advice about retirement and estate planning. The risk of investing is high and the consequences of getting it wrong can be significant, so it’s important to find an advisor who will focus on your best interests—without an agenda.

Our experience tells us that investors are looking for experience and trusted advisors who can provide:

  • Comprehensive wealth management focused on their unique circumstances
  • Investment management tailored to their risk profile and goals
  • Clear reporting of their portfolio holdings, transactions, performance, and fees

We have gleaned valuable insights and best practices over the past 25 years acting as a fiduciary and investment advisor to some of the country’s biggest retirement plans that we can apply to your wealth planning and investment challenges. Our size provides us with access to best-in-class investment managers that we couple with customized planning services delivered by experienced financial advisors. Our conflict-free business model means that our advisors’ interests are aligned with yours. They have no products to sell and are in a position to offer truly objective advice.

Press Releases

CAPTRUST and MFP Strategies Merge

CAPTRUST announced that it has completed a merger with MFP Strategies. Based in Bethlehem, PA, MFP Strategies brings with it deep experience in wealth management and capital preservation strategies for private clients, investment advisory services for institutions, and retirement plan advisory services for institutional plan sponsors.

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Recognition

Greg Middleton Discusses Advisor RFP Best Practices

CAPTRUST's Greg Middleton is featured in an article in PLANADVISER Magazine discussing plan sponsors’ increased use of the RFP as part of the process to hire a retirement plan advisor. The article focuses on how plan sponsors are using advisor RFPs as a way to evaluate and select advisors.

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