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Paladin's Registry Admits Zain Griffith, Morris Amiri, and Larry Farmbry
Zain Griffith, Morris Amiri, and Larry Farmbry have been admitted to Paladin's Registry of Financial Advisors and Financial Planners
Sacramento, CA, February 1, 2013, Paladin Registry announced Zain Griffith, Morris Amiri, and Larry Farmbry were awarded a 5 star quality rating and admitted to Paladin's Registry of Financial Professionals.
Zain Griffith (Modesto, CA) has worked in the financial services industry for 7 years. He received a BS from Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo. Griffith provides planning and investment services to businesses, non-profits, individuals and families, public pension funds and corporate pension funds. See Griffith’s online profile at http://www.paladinregistry.com/
Morris Amiri (Beverly Hills, CA) has worked in the financial services industry for 15 years. He received a BS from Eller School of Business in Arizona. Morris provides planning and investment services to individuals and families, businesses, non-profit organizations, public pension funds, and corporate pension funds. See Morris’ online profile at http://www.paladinregistry.com/
Larry Farmbry (Philadelphia, PA) has worked in the financial services industry for 30 years. He received a BS from Temple University, and a MA from Washington School of Law. He is a Certified Financial Planner®, and a Chartered Financial Consultant®. Farmbry provides planning and investment services to individuals and families, non-profit organizations and businesses. See Farmbry’s online profile at http://www.paladinregistry.com/
Waymire went on to say, “The Registry’s most popular service solves the quality problem by pre-screening and rating advisor qualifications for investors. Our ratings are based on advisor responses to 48 questions about their credentials, ethics, business practices, and services. They must score 90 or higher to receive our five star quality rating.”
Advisor selection risk exists because the financial services industry has no minimum education or experience requirements and no mandatory disclosure requirements for advisors. This means a person could be selling cars in January and mutual funds in February and this information does not have to be disclosed to investors. This lack of minimum standards transfers 100% of the risk of selecting the wrong advisors to investors. Paladin services are designed to help investors minimize this risk and select advisors based on an objective review of their qualifications and trustworthiness.”
About Paladin and the Registry
Paladin has helped hundreds of thousands of investors find, evaluate, monitor, and select high quality financial professionals since 2003. Core services include advisor selection, monitoring, performance tracking, and replacement. Visit Paladin’s website at www.paladinregistry.com for additional information.