Savant Capital Management, a nationally-recognized fee-only wealth management firm headquartered in Rockford, IL, with locations in Chicago, Downers Grove, Freeport, Hoffman Estates, Naperville, Peoria, St. Charles, Sterling, and Wilmette, IL; Santa Fe, NM; Madison and Park Falls, WI; and McLean, VA has been ranked by Barron’s in its list of Top 50 Registered Investment Advisory (RIA) Firms and recognized by Forbes, naming Brent Brodeski, CEO of Savant, as one of America’s top wealth advisors.
Rising 11 spots from 2018, Savant earned the No. 24 spot on the list of the Top 50 RIA Firms by Barron’s, a ranking developed to help investors find quality financial guidance. Barron’s, an American weekly newspaper that reports on current financial information and market developments, weighed dozens of factors in the rankings, including assets managed, the size and experience of the teams, and the regulatory records of the advisors and the firms. View the complete list of Top 50 RIA Firms.
For the fourth straight year, American business magazine, Forbes, ranked Brodeski in its list of America’s Top Wealth Advisors. Brodeski earned the No. 52 spot in the nation for 2019. More than 30,000 nominations were received, with 250 advisors chosen. The ranking, developed by SHOOK Research, includes advisors that are leading the way in offering best practices and providing a high-quality experience for clients from the financial services industry, including RIA firms like Savant, along with banks, brokerages, custodians, insurance companies, and others. Neither Forbes nor SHOOK received a fee in exchange for rankings. View the complete list of America’s Top Wealth Advisors.
Savant manages more than $6 billion in assets and employs more than 160 team members.
Rankings and/or recognition by Barron’s and Forbes should not be construed by a client or prospective client as a guarantee that he/she will experience a certain levels of results if Savant is engaged, or continues to be engaged, to provide investment advisory services, nor should it be construed as a current or past endorsement of Savant by any of its clients. Participation in the surveys were free and Savant did not pay a fee to be considered for either award. After being recognized, Savant did purchase plaques for $2,750 to publicize the Barron's rankings.