A Fiduciary for You
Stan Evans, CRPC®, AIF ®, is a Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor℠, Accredited Investment Fiduciary ®, Registered Investment Advisor and President of Evans Wealth Management in Gallipolis, Ohio. He manages the financial affairs for several affluent households throughout Ohio and surrounding states.
Our goal is to go beyond the service level of the typical wealth management firm and serve as a fiduciary that individuals, families, and business owners can rely on for unbiased recommendations, a disciplined investment approach, and client education tailored to their questions.
When you work with Evans Wealth Management, you work with someone who cares deeply about what they do. We don’t take the responsibility we have in managing client assets lightly and always act in the best interests of our clients. Contact our office today to learn more about how we can serve your unique financial needs.Contact Us
EWM is a fee-only registered investment advisor. No sales commissions or bonuses are paid for recommending certain investment strategies over others.Learn More
Although many professionals may call themselves “retirement-planning specialists” or “financial planners,” CRPC® (Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor) professionals have completed extensive training and testing, and are held to rigorous ethical standards.Learn More
Stan Evans has earned the highly-respected AIF® (Accredited Investment Fiduciary) standard of care. We always act in our client’s best interest. Please make sure that your investment advisor is a full time AIF® fiduciary that looks out for your best interest.Learn More
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