We are happy to announce a recent working agreement with Knoxville TVA Employees Credit Union! We will now provide the Credit Union’s members with a comprehensive suite of wealth management services, in an attempt to improve the overall member experience. This relationship has been in the works for several months, and we are now ready to serve a new group of people. Jeff Foster, Senior Partner and Wealth Advisor here at TVAMP, says he is “grateful for this opportunity to not only grow TVAMP,” but because it means “we have a chance to make a positive impact on more people in our community.”
We hope the members of the Knoxville TVA Employees Credit Union see the culture and values our companies already share. The Credit Union currently has 19 branches in and around Knoxville and will provide the infrastructure for our firm to assist people all over East Tennessee! Shannon York, Chief Financial Officer at Knoxville TVA Employees Credit Union was instrumental in facilitating this arrangement. He says, “Our members are used to a high level of service, and I am confident everyone at TVAMP will treat them the same way.”
As you know, TVAMP was officially founded in 2011 when Jeff Foster (formerly Jeff Foster Financial), Scott Fisher (Fisher Financial), and Jeff Sweat (Jeff Sweat Investments) combined their independent practices in order to form a solid foundation. Our number one goal is to assist clients in every aspect of their financial lives. We strive to provide the most personal service possible, build strong and sustainable client/advisor relationships. We enjoy being a part of helping our clients create financial stability.
Our clients will not notice any changes to their current service. We are steadily growing so be sure we have your e-mail on file so you can receive our weekly e-newsletter! The e-newsletter and our social media accounts (Facebook and Twitter) can help you stay up-to-date on what’s happening at TVAMP!
If you have any questions feel free to give us a call!
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