What is wealth management?


Wealth management is a comprehensive financial advisory service that focuses on the holistic management of your financial assets and investments. It goes beyond basic financial planning by taking into account your entire financial situation, including your goals, risk tolerance, tax considerations and estate planning needs.


Here at FPA, our wealth managers, with over 60 years of combined experience in the industry, work closely with you to create a tailored financial plan that addresses your specific objectives, such as retirement planning, wealth accumulation, tax optimization and legacy planning. They offer guidance on various aspects of financial management, including asset allocation, investment selection, risk management, and long-term financial strategy.


FPA Wealth Management aims to provide you with a customized roadmap to help you achieve your financial goals while ensuring your assets are efficiently managed and preserved for future generations.


Our experts possess a deep understanding of financial markets, investment strategies, and tax planning, which allows them to create a tailored financial plan aligned with your goals and risk tolerance. They can help you diversify your investments, mitigate risks and optimize your portfolio for long-term growth. They provide ongoing monitoring and adjustments to your financial strategy as market conditions change, ensuring your investments remain on track. Additionally, their knowledge of tax-efficient strategies can help you minimize tax liabilities and maximize your wealth.


Beyond the technical aspects, our wealth managers provide confidence, knowing that your financial future is in capable hands, freeing you to focus on other aspects of your life while they navigate the complexities of wealth accumulation and preservation.


Contact us today to get started on your wealth management journey!



*For a comprehensive review of your personal situation, always consult with a tax or legal Advisor. Neither Cetera Advisors LLC nor any of it's representatives may give legal or tax advice. 

A diversified portfolio does not assure a profit or protect against loss in a declining market.