2022 Year End ReviewSpecial Announcements
On behalf of our family here at FSB Premier, we hope you have a Merry Christmas and wish you all a safe and Happy New Year.
This time of year is a great time to reflect on the past year’s accomplishments and to give thanks before turning the page to next year. We would like to thank all of you for allowing FSB Premier to serve you and your family with all of your financial needs. I would also like to send thanks to our awesome team at Premier for all they do.
2022 has been a challenging year in financial services, yet our team came to work daily and faced the challenges head on with a positive attitude. We have continued to grow our client relationships even with the headwinds of the markets and our team is the strongest it has ever been. Abby Sears and Nolan Tomlinson have shown fantastic growth in their financial knowledge by passing Securities Licensing Exams this year becoming Premier’s newest fully licensed financial advisors. We are also excited to have Brandon and Miftar join the team as insurance specialists.
As we look to 2023, we anticipate another interesting year ahead, but whatever this next year brings we look forward to continuing to serve you and your family as your trusted advisors. Your trust and confidence in our team is greatly appreciated and something we truly value.
Wishing you all the best in the new year!
-Ryan Risetter, CEO/President
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