Corporate Executives

A well defined plan for a comfortable future

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Corporate executives have unique financial planning needs and challenges that result in wealth from concentrated stock, stock options and restricted stock. Our advisors are dedicated exclusively to executive wealth management and their complex tax planning needs.

We evaluate your entire financial situation, including other corporate benefits such as medical and life insurance, employer-sponsored retirement plans, risk management strategies and deferred compensation packages to help protect your assets for a holistic approach to executive wealth management.

Managing your equity awards (stock options and restricted stock)

Our executive wealth management advisors understand the complexities involved in sophisticated planning and tax strategies for corporate executives. Our goal is to maximize the value of your compensation package.

Risk management regarding concentrated stock 

We help corporate executives address the risks in their investment profile, such as when employer stock and stock options make up too much of the portfolio. We also address cash flow and liquidity needs.

Creating a plan for the future

Securing and preserving what you’ve built takes careful planning. Whether you are beginning a second career, planning retirement or becoming more active in charitable interests, we have the expertise to help you navigate the next stage of your career with confidence. Our team of professional advisors have expertise in financial planning, wealth management and tax strategies to accomplish your long term goals. Learn more about Aldrich Wealth services for corporate executives here.  

Meet Jaime

Jaime provides strategic tax planning, personal financial planning and investment advisory services to corporate executives. Jaime develops long-term relationships with her clients, allowing her to identify their objectives and provide personalized financial solutions.

Connect with Jaime here.

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