Schorpp Capital Management
Schorpp Capital Management liberates our clients from the chore of investing, managing and distributing their assets. We use Nobel Prize winning research, the latest in financial science and decades of data to deliver a successful client experience.
- Provides an honest and realistic appraisal of our client’s financial situation and goals.
- Listens to our clients and communicates a custom financial solution to achieve their goals.
- Offers continuous updates to our clients through a robust and open line of communication.
As a Fiduciary our main responsibility is to manage a prudent investment process. Legally, as a Fiduciary our first responsiblity is to our clients. We are organized around the Investment Advisors Act of 1940. We formailze our investment approach with our client's by creating goals and objectives. As fiduciaries we indentify an investment horizon, an acceptable level of risk and an expected return. We then implement the plan using specific investments. Fiduciaries must periodically review portfolios and compare performance against appropriate benchmarks. Through proper execution of the previous steps we are confident in our ability to act as a fiduciary for our clients.
Investment Management Fee based on AUM
Fee-only financial planners are registered investment advisors with a fiduciary responsibility to act in their clients’ best interest. Schorpp Capital Management charges a fee based on the amount of assets we manage for a client. We do not get any commissions for the investments that we manage for our clients. We have fewer inherent conflicts of interest, and provide comprehensive advice. When appropriate for our clients we do sell insurance and annuity products. We do make it clear when we receive a commission for these insurance products.
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