Erik Strid – Finalist for Smart CEO’s 2015 Philadelphia Money Manager Awards

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PHILADELPHIA, PA – October 8th, 2015 – SmartCEO celebrated 31 of Philadelphia’s top financial advisors and bankers at the 2015 Money Manager Awards.

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Erik Strid - 2015 Philadelphia Money Manager Awards Finalist

Erik Strid – 2015 Philadelphia Money Manager Awards Finalist

SmartCEO celebrated the region’s top bankers and financial advisors at the 2015 Money Manager Awards, which took place on Oct. 8, 2015 at the Radisson Blu Warwick Hotel. The Money Manager Awards program honors bankers, wealth managers and investors who have demonstrated unrivaled commitment to their clients. They have selflessly dedicated their time, effort and financial savvy to helping their clients navigate and manage the complex financial landscape of their lives and businesses. These individuals represent the best and brightest in the region, and have dedicated themselves to helping their clients navigate and manage the complex financial landscape of their lives and businesses.

Click HERE to read Erik’s profile in the September/October issue.

“The financial landscape is ever-changing. And whether you are growing a business or are managing a personal portfolio, having a trusted financial advisor could make all the difference,” says Jaime Nespor-Zawmon, president of SmartCEO Events. “That’s why we’re recognizing the region’s top money managers. These dedicated men and women commit themselves to helping businesses and individuals build stronger financial futures.”

More than 200 executives and decision makers attended the high-energy celebration to honor the 2015 Money Manager Award finalists and winners and their achievements. The event kicked off with a networking reception, which was followed by a video-packed awards presentation that commemorated Philadelphia’s top bankers and advisors for their commitment to successful client outcomes.

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