Albert Lea business continues to expand services
Published 10:00 pm Monday, October 30, 2017
According to a press release, Albert Lea business intellicents continues to expand its fee-based wealth management and financial planning services with the addition of Brian Hensley, certified financial planner.
“The average American gets the vast majority of their financial needs taken care of through their place of employment,” said Brad Arends, CEO of intellicents.
“Accordingly, more and more employers are offering financial wellness services like our intellicents university to their employees. Our goal is to build a team of certified financial planners to deliver this service. We are excited to have Brian join our team.”
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According the release, Hensley has over seven years of industry experience, primarily focused on wealth management, retirement planning and business succession planning for individual clients and small businesses.
“Joining the intellicents team was a great opportunity for myself and my existing clients,” Hensley said. “They have incredible technology and pricing that wasn’t available on my own. Their allmymoney financial wellness app really helps focus the clients into organizing their financial life and establishing a plan for successful financial outcomes.
“Plus, the intellicents bionic adviser offers an efficient and economical investment management solution,” Hensley said. “People are looking for help when it comes to thinking about affording to retire. Intellicents has many tools available to allow people to build their path.”
Arends said he is excited about onsite financial planning services becoming part of intellicents’ core 401K participant service offering.
“We now plan to introduce this service to our other area clients as part of our broader financial wellness efforts; and we have already started the search for other certified financial planners in other locations like Mankato, Minneapolis and Rochester, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Des Moines, Iowa, and Kansas City, Kansas, where we have a large population of 401K clients and participants,” Arends said.