Welcome to a new approach to Wealth Management
Planning for and reacting to how your money and your life intersect is what we do best.
Are you on track to meet your financial and life goals?
Does your retirement plan reflect the life you want for yourself and your family?
Are your assets in the most productive places?
Are you confident in the decisions you make regarding your future?
Maintaining the trust and confidence of our clients is a high priority. That is why we want you to understand how we protect your privacy when we collect and use information about you, and the steps that we take to safeguard that information. This notice is provided to you on behalf of Collabria Capital, Inc.
Nothing on this site constitutes personalized investment advice for the user or is a substitute for developing an investment plan with a professional advisor. Some investments that Collabria Capital recommends to its clients may not be suitable or appropriate for the user.
Any information on this site pertaining to our investment process or disciplines we follow is for general informational purposes only, and does not constitute an endorsement of a particular investment vehicle or approach for the user. Nothing on this site should be construed as business, legal, tax, or other professional advice.
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Safety of Assets
Collabria Capital does not take custody of client assets. We simply advise on client accounts, place trades and request changes on their behalf. Our custodian is responsible for holding client assets, providing statements, tax documents, and online access.
A custodian is a financial institution that holds customers’ securities for safekeeping in order to minimize the risk of their theft or loss. A custodian holds securities and other assets in electronic or physical form. Since they are responsible for the safety of assets and securities that may be worth hundreds of millions or even billions of dollars, custodians generally tend to be large and reputable firms. A custodian is sometimes referred to as a “custodian bank.”
In addition, the custodian provides protection for cash and client securities in client accounts. This protection is in addition to that provided by the Securities Investor Protection Corporation (www.sipc.org ). This protects clients from potential losses resulting from a custodian’s potential insolvency or liquidation but does not protect against a decline in the market value of securities.