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CAPTRUST + Private Diagnostic Clinic

Physician Retirement Planning Benefit

CAPTRUST Financial Advisors has been the consultant to the PDC retirement plans for the past decade and is now providing an enhanced benefit of customized retirement planning advice for physicians.

You have access to CAPTRUST’s advisors and our deep experience working with both individuals and retirement plans. We are available for phone consultations and will be on-site at Duke two days every month. 

To take advantage of this new benefit, please contact the PDC benefits team at pdcbenefits@duke.edu or schedule an apppointment today.

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Questions we can answer:

  • What financial goals should I be focused on today?
  • How much will I need for retirement?
  • Are my retirement accounts and other accounts invested appropriately?
  • What about my estate planning and insurance needs?
  • Are my beneficiary designations appropriate?
  • What else should I be thinking about?

Announcements

VESTED, Summer 2017

We are pleased to announce that the Summer 2017 issue of VESTED, CAPTRUST’s magazine for clients and friends, is now available. Subscribing clients will receive their copies in the mail the week of June 26. If you are interested in receiving VESTED Magazine, please contact your CAPTRUST financial advisor or let us know via email.

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Announcements

Fiduciary Rule Driving Advisor RFP Activity

So far this year, CAPTRUST has received more than 120 advisor requests for proposal (RFPs) from retirement plan sponsors evaluating their current advisory relationships or seeking to hire advisors. This activity level represents the highest volume of RFPs CAPTRUST has experienced since it began formally responding to advisor RFPs in 2002.

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Recognition

Fielding Miller on Curating Success at CAPTRUST

A recent InvestmentNews article explores how the RIA “space saw a record 44 mergers and acquisitions during the first quarter of 2017.” So far this year, CAPTRUST has completed five such transactions, and the article quotes CEO Fielding Miller that “‘We’re looking for people who still have some gas in the tank and are still looking to grow.’”

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