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Per Stirling makes the FT300 List

Per Stirling Capital Management is excited to announce that it has been named to the FT300, which is The Financial Times’ list of the 300 Top Registered Investment Advisory firms in America. Per Stirling is one of only 15 Texas-based firms to be recognized, and this is the second consecutive year that Per Stirling has been included on this prestigious list.

“It is an honor to be included on this list, with so many of the most prestigious and credentialed firms in the industry” said Robert Phipps, Director of Per Stirling. “Per Stirling has had the great fortune of being recognized over the years for its ethics, its growth, and for how it treats its advisors and staff.  While we are proud of each of those awards, the recognition from The Financial Times is something that we hold in particularly high regard, as it is a recognition of ‘expertise and other credentials desirable to investors’, and because it is ultimately a measure of the expertise and value that we provide to our clients”. 

According to the Financial Times’ press release, “the list identifies the industry’s elite advisors,” adding that, “the competition was fierce”.

None of this would even be possible without the extraordinary professionalism, care and effort of every member of the Per Stirling team. Per Stirling’s commitment to expertise, education, fiduciary duty, and service to our clients is at the core of everything that we do, and it is a very proud moment to be recognized for it.

In order to be considered for the list, an RIA must have a minimum of $300 million in assets under management. The Financial Times then selects from over 2,000 qualifying Registered Investment Advisors by calculating a numeric score based upon six factors including: assets under management, growth in assets under management, the company’s age, industry certifications, SEC compliance records, and online accessibility.

Read more about the criteria behind the 2020 FT 300 Top Registered Investment Advisors.