Raleigh, NC, May 22, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- VisionQuest Wealth Management, a Raleigh-based wealth management firm, announces that Ally Baker and Nick Kolbenschlag have joined the firm.
VisionQuest looks to local universities to recruit talent. “VisionQuest works in a very intense, competitive environment,” President and CEO Stephen Peters says. “We value graduates who have put academic theory into practice. We look for students who, in addition to stellar grades, have made the extra effort to learn and grow in their fields and who can hit the ground running.”
Baker, from UNC-Chapel Hill’s School of Journalism and Mass Communication, is thrilled to be working with VisionQuest, a young and growing company. “I believe that the energetic and entrepreneurial company culture will suit me well. VisionQuest stands out from other financial services firms as its entire business focuses on morals, values, goals and building relationships. VisionQuest’s company culture emphasizes ‘being part of a team’ everyone has a chance to make an impact,” says Baker.
Kolbenschlag’s major at North Carolina State University is Business Management with a concentration in Finance. Kolbenschlag is also working towards a minor in Accounting. Kolbenschlag is also excited about his opportunity at VisionQuest stating he “hopes to gain an insight and hands on experience with all things financial. I would love the opportunity to spend my whole career with a firm like VisionQuest.”
About VisionQuest Wealth Management:
At VisionQuest Wealth Management, their mission is to ensure that their clients achieve their lifetime and financial goals by making wise decisions around their wealth. VisionQuest continues to revolutionize wealth management by offering customized services designed to meet specific needs and priorities. Their specialists are committed to serving a limited number of wealthy individuals, families, and business
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