Wealth management firm adds two advisers

  • Stewart Burchfield

    Stewart Burchfield

  • Lou Auriemma

    Lou Auriemma

 
 
Posted11/19/2020 3:16 PM

DOWNERS GROVE -- Professional Wealth Advisors LLC announced it has two new partners and members of its wealth management team.

Wealth adviser Stewart Burchfield brings with him more than 20 years of financial services experience and is devoted to helping clients pursue their financial goals through comprehensive planning. In addition, wealth adviser Lou Auriemma joins PWA with many years of experience in the financial services industry.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

"Stewart's passion, knowledge and genuine interest for achieving the best for his clients is what makes him a longtime trusted adviser and we are thrilled to have him join our team," PWA Principal Josh Gerry said.

Auriemma's career started out at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange in the currency pits and within two years he was off the floor developing clientele in the commodities markets. "This base market knowledge has served me well while helping my clients. I learned over the years that true wealth can be built by securing the four pillars of financial stability, which include, asset management, income planning, incapacity planning, and wealth transfer," he said.

Burchfield said over the years he has seen how sound financial planning can have a significant impact on his clients' lives. As a 'financial educator,' I help my clients work toward their short-term and long-term goals using financial planning strategies and a repeatable process," Burchfield said.

Professional Wealth Advisors is a growing wealth management firm committed to supporting independent advisers and serving clients regionally and nationally from its headquarters at 2655 Warrenville Road, Suite 110, Downers Grove.

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