Monument Wealth Management is Named One of “2014’s Best Places to Work” by the Washington Business Journal
WASHINGTON, April 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Monument Wealth Management ranks as one of the top 25 small businesses in the Washington Business Journal’s article, “2014 Best Places to Work.” This is the second year in a row that Monument Wealth Management received the prestigious award.
Each year, Washington Business Journal’s “Best Places to Work” awards 25 companies in each of three categories: small (10-50 employees), medium (51-150 employees), and large (151-999,999 employees). The company must first be nominated for the award, and then a survey is distributed to and completed by its employees. Winners are determined as those representing excellent spirit and diverse characteristics.
The Monument Wealth Management employees love where they work because the Co-Founders give them a sense of empowerment and encourage them to attend conferences and trainings to further their education, benefiting the employee, the firm, and of course, the clients. Monument’s Financial Planning Associate, Ann G. Schnorrenberg, Ph.D. enjoys the full length windows that “allow for plenty of natural light” and the trading desk which allows for “constant communication and collaboration” when working on their clients’ finances. Visitors and employees, alike, enjoy the modern decor that is not found in other financial firms. “Monument is a creative design agency whose output is financial plans,” says David B. Armstrong, Managing Director and Co-Founder.
Monument Wealth Management was also featured in Washington Business Journal’s “2013 Best Places to Work” and Research Magazine’s 2012 article, “A Cool Place to Work: How Advisory Firms Are Attracting, Retaining Top Employees.” The Co-Founders of the company speak on panels at financial conferences around the country about how to build an ideal corporate culture.
About Monument Wealth Management
Monument Wealth Management is a financial management firm that helps accomplished entrepreneurs transition to a life of long-term financial independence and wealth defined on their own terms. Based in the Washington D.C. area, Monument offers clients unbiased advice, true wealth planning, advocacy and access throughout the wealth creation lifecycle. In 2008 Monument’s founders, all equal partners, broke away from one the nation’s largest brokerages to serve their clients in an unbiased environment.