Savant Capital CEO receives Hall of Fame award

Savant Capital Management CEO Brent Brodeski is among a group of financial advisors to receive the Barron's Advisor Hall of Fame award.

The investment magazine established its Hall of Fame to shine a spotlight on the nation's best financial advisors, with an eye toward raising standards in the finance industry. Each of the 145 Hall of Fame members, or one percent of all advisors in the industry, also have appeared in 10 or more of Barron's annual Top 100 Advisor rankings.

Hall of Fame award recipients were selected based on a questionnaire of more than 100 questions about their practices, including assets under management and the revenue collected on those assets, industry designations possessed, regulatory records, length of time in the industry, charitable and philanthropic work, and more.

"I am humbled and honored to receive this recognition from Barron's," said Brodeski. "This award, however, goes out to the entire team at Savant. Every day we put our clients' best interests first by working together as a team, helping to ensure our clients are served well, not only today, but for the rest of their lives."

Savant Capital Management a national fee-only wealth management firm headquartered in Rockford, with locations in Chicago, Downers Grove, Hoffman Estates, Naperville, St. Charles, and Wilmette.

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