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(LITTLE ROCK, AR: JANUARY 19, 2023) – Stephens, an independent financial services firm, today announced Gavriel S. Berger joined the firm’s Private Wealth Management division as a Vice President and Financial Consultant. He is based in Stephens’ Houston office.
“Gavriel is a seasoned financial consultant, and we look forward to his clients experiencing all the services Stephens has to offer,” said Kevin Scanlon, Executive Vice President and Head of Private Wealth Management. “As we continue to expand our footprint in Houston, we are glad to have Gavriel join our growing team.”
Prior to joining Stephens, Mr. Berger was a financial consultant at two investment firms. He earned a Bachelor of Arts from Mir Rabbinical College in Israel and a Juris Doctor from Hofstra Law School.
“Stephens has the independence and stability that clients appreciate as well as the breadth of resources and market expertise. I am very happy to join the Stephens team and look forward to continuing to provide value to my clients,” said Mr. Berger.
Stephens Private Wealth Management offers a complete array of customized investment management solutions as well as wealth planning strategies and advice to help our clients achieve their financial goals.
“Stephens” (the company brand name) is a leading family-owned investment firm that includes Stephens Inc. (member NYSE/SIPC), Stephens Investment Management Group, LLC, Stephens Insurance, LLC, Stephens Capital Partners LLC and Stephens Europe Limited (Registered office: 12 Arthur Street, London, EC4R 9AB, Registered number 8817024), which is authorized and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. © 2023 Stephens. For more information visit www.Stephens.com.
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