Sunday, March 5, 2017

Silva Fiduciary Advisors Debuts in Daytona Beach, FL

 Todd Newton (left), senior vice president at Eqis Wealth Management in Daytona Beach
was among the nearly 100 who attended the recent Silva Fiduciary Advisors launch
 party,  shown above with Jose Silva, CEO (right) and Natalia Silva,
special events coordinator and daughter of the CEO.

DAYTONA BEACH, FL --- Silva Fiduciary Advisors (SFA), an independent state registered investment advisor, was recently launched in Daytona Beach at a celebration that hosted over 100 at the Volusia-UCF Business Incubator at Daytona Beach International Airport.
Jose Silva, CEO and founder, said clients, fellow entrepreneurs, business owners, students and fellow faculty members of Embry Riddle were among the guests. Also in attendance were CPAs, estate planning, tax and immigration attorneys and international real estate brokers with whom Silva has cultivated strong professional partnerships during the 17 years he has lived and worked in the area, and who help provide SFA clients with a full suite of services.

Jose Silva
The new company plans to grow to over 50 clients and manage more than $30 million in assets by the end of this year, and increase that by around 50 percent annually in the following three years.

One of the most unique and important aspects about SFA  that will go a long way toward achieving such goals is the fact that clients are all financially advised in their native languages. 
Silva, not only has a 35-year background in the world of finance – as a management consultant to corporations around the world, as a mortgage banker at one of the largest banks in Volusia and as a financial advisor – he is fluent in five languages – English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Italian – and he’s currently working on Mandarin, Arabic and Russian.   

Advising clients effectively in their own language may give SFA a better understanding of what investments would be in their best interests, and clients in turn gain complete confidence.  

The U.S. Census Bureau reports one out of four Central Florida residents speak a language other than English at home, “The opportunity to help these folks with their finances is huge,” said Silva.

For a complete copy of the company's news release, please contact:

Beth Payan or Larry Vershel, Larry Vershel Communications Inc. 407-644-4142

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