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Senior Vice President
Arthur brings more than 35 years of wealth management experience to the Buring and Kimbrough team within Stephens Private Client Group. He employs a holistic and highly analytic approach to wealth creation, preservation, and distribution. “Every financial situation is different, so there’s a distinct advantage in getting to know your client. While the numbers tell one story, personal concerns and motivations tell another, which is why regular communication is paramount to a successful client relationship,” says Arthur. “By investing time in meeting with clients, we are able to review their portfolios and their wealth management planning needs as well as to make adjustments to the portfolio as needed to keep current with their evolving needs,” says Arthur.
Daneel Buring, a registered client associate since 1999 with 20 years of experience, supports Arthur and seeks to offer a high touch level of service for all clients.
Arthur joined Stephens in 2012. He began his investment career with Morgan Keegan & Company, Inc., which later became a part of Raymond James & Associates, Inc., and was an advisor with Morgan Stanley Dean Witter Inc. through the merger with Smith Barney, Inc. Arthur graduated with honors from Vanderbilt University with a Bachelor of Arts in Business and Economics.
A native of Memphis, Arthur feels strongly about giving back to his community. He previously served on the Board of Directors of the Memphis Jewish Community Center, United Cerebral Palsy of Memphis, and his synagogue.
Arthur and his wife, Mickey, have three children, six grandchildren and one great-grandchild. When he is not spending time with his family, Arthur enjoys reading and traveling.