Albert Lea CEO joins advisory board for Fidelity’s eMoney

Published 4:26 pm Saturday, April 29, 2017

Brad Arends, CEO of intellicents inc., was recently appointed to eMoney Advisor’s Advisory Board. Arends and nine other new members were appointed at eMoney’s annual advisory board meeting held at the end of March at the company’s headquarters in Radnor, Pennsylvania.

“Our advisory board is a remarkable group of financial professionals who are committed to what we, as a firm, stand for — providing innovative technology and services that transform the way financial professionals deliver scalable advice and build collaborative relationships with their clients,” said Ed O’Brien, CEO of eMoney Advisor. “We’re thrilled to welcome more of the industry’s top advisers into our eMoney family. Both their successes and their challenges will help to develop the future of our product, which aims to accommodate their ever-changing diverse business needs.”

Arends was honored to be appointed, stating, “eMoney is the backbone of our allmymoney Financial Wellness platform at intellicents. The typical American, 52 percent of Americans in fact, are not on track for a successful retirement. By joining this board, I’m excited about the opportunity to work with other advisers and industry influencers to close the retirement savings gap for more Americans across the country. eMoney is an excellent tool to support this effort.”

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Intellicents has offices in Albert Lea and Eden Prairie, and Leawood, Kansas, and serves over 200 employers, with 36,000 participants. It has over $2.9 billion in assets under management and advisement.