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Capital Fiduciary Advisors, LLC

Wealth Advisory & Assset Management Services

Capital Fiduciary Advisors, LLC understands that managing wealth is much more than just about returns. True financial success is finding the path to achieving your unique investment goals. Individual Investors, Institutions and Corporate Entities, or Non-Profits want to partner with a firm they can trust. Capital Fiduciary Advisors is committed to our role as trusted wealth advisor and fiduciary. We are committed to our clients’ success – offering objective, strategically focused investment advice, independent thinking and superior service.

Entrusting an investment advisory firm with your family or foundation’s wealth is an extremely important decision, one that often impacts generations. Capital Fiduciary Advisors understands the complexities of this decision making process and we pledge to serve as a partner, educator and steward for you and those that you serve.

Our experienced investment team works with each client individually, to create and manage successful financial strategies. Our management tenants:

  • Seek to benefit from trends; not chase them
  • Remain disciplined and focused on the fundamentals
  • Adhere to a process that mitigates risk and adds value in various market environments
  • Commit to providing excellent service in our client relationships
     

For more information or to contact us please visit us at Capital Fiduciary Advisors, LLC., or
call 703-871-5960 or email Capital Fiduciary Advisors, LLC.
 

NO BANK GUARANTEE | NOT FDIC INSURED | MAY LOSE VALUE
Capital Fiduciary Advisors LLC is a Registered Investment Advisor affiliate of Access National Bank. The advisory services offered by Capital Fiduciary Advisors are not offered by Access National Bank, nor is Access National Bank a Registered Investment Advisor. The investments offered by Capital Fiduciary Advisors are not insured by the FDIC or any other agency of the government, are not deposits or other obligations of the bank and involve investment risks, including possible loss of principal.