Anthony Vignier is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional and member of the Financial Planning Association. Serving clients at Vignier Investment Group in Kearny, NJ and the surrounding communities.
As a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ with a legal background, I provide comprehensive financial advice and planning and coordinate the process with outside advisors, attorneys, business managers, and CPAs to ensure that my clients receive the greatest amount of attention with the least amount of distraction.
My goal is the complete satisfaction of my clients. My team and I provide superior investment advice along with convenient and efficient financial service. I provide assistance to clients with asset allocation and investment decisions; I devise customized strategies to hedge risk, create liquidity, and create retirement plan strategies. I design strategies addressing all aspects of financial management, allowing my clients to focus on their careers and families with the assurance that their wealth is being managed efficiently and professionally. I also work with company 401(k) plan, SEPS and IRAs.
Securities Offered through Prime Capital Services (PCS), Inc. Member FINRA/SIPC, a licensed insurance
agency. Investment Advisory Services through Asset and Financial Planning, LTD. Arlington Investment &
Risk Management and PCS are not affiliated. Clearing and Execution: National Financial Services, Fidelity
Recommendations available upon request.
- Financial Advisor with 7 years experience in financial planning and investment management.
- 16 years of legal experience
- Business and banking experience
- Wills, estate and tax experience
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