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EBW's Bryan Beatty, Howard Pressman & Mike Egan all named Washingtonian 2021 Top Wealth Advisor

EBW's Bryan Beatty, Howard Pressman & Mike Egan all named Washingtonian 2021 Top Wealth Advisor

| January 06, 2021
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Washington DC, January 6, 2021 -- Mike Egan, CFP®, Bryan D. Beatty, CFP®, AIF®, and Howard Pressman, CFP®, were all recognized as a Top Wealth Advisor by Washingtonian.* Egan has been a financial adviser for 30 years and is a founding partner of Egan, Berger & Weiner LLC, while Beatty has 29 years of experience, spending the past 18 at EBW, where he is also a partner.

Pressman, who served as the 2018 President of the National Capital Area chapter of the Financial Planning Association, has 22 years of experience in the financial industry and is a partner at EBW.

"It's an honor that all three of the partners at EBW would be recognized for our hard work and excellent service to our clients," said Egan. "It's a testament to our team we have built here and our plans for continuing to provide the best service to our clients."

EBW, a top-rated financial planning firm located in Northern Virginia, provides unbiased, personalized and thoughtful guidance to its clients in all areas of personal financial planning. The company creates plans that include retirement planning, college savings, gifting and estate planning, investment portfolio management, tax strategies, risk management and insurance planning. Using its four key principles— knowledge, transparency, independence and integrity—EBW works with its clients to create a financial plan helping them accomplish their financial objectives and guiding them as they travel life’s journey.

* The Top Financial Professionals are selected by gathering nominations through a peer survey of financial professionals in the area, then tallying those votes and curating the list of those who received the majority of the votes in each different category. To come up with the list, the Washingtonian sent hundreds of surveys asking financial experts whom - besides themselves and their business partners - they'd trust with their own money. 

 

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