I hope you have enjoyed a fun and restful summer and are taking advantage of all the great activities our region has to offer this time of year. It seems like we all straighten up a bit as fall approaches, get on a better schedule and make plans to finish the year strong.
We are so thankful to each of you who have trusted our team to serve you during uncertain financial times. We’ve persevered and found the power to stay the course toward attaining goals. I may be biased, but we have some of the greatest professionals in our industry right here on our team who continue to serve well and help clients successfully reach their unique objectives.
We’ve joked around the office that it may be safe now for clients to open their statements again. Inside attempts at humor aside, wealth management, personal investment strategy, corporate retirement plans, estate planning and personal trust services are certainly our strong suits and where we shine.
Chief Investment Officer Miranda Carr has penned a great summary about shifts in the perception of recessions and where we currently stand on this long and winding road. As we continue to get somewhat confusing information from the markets, Miranda provides great insight. Her success and insight continue to be recognized as she has been named to this year’s class of InvestmentNews 40 Under 40.
We’re also celebrating our firm being named a Top Workplace by the Knoxville News Sentinel for the seventh consecutive year. The intentionality we contribute to building our teams, supporting employee development and operating according to our values is recognized by this great honor.
As we continue to grow and serve our clients and community, we remain steadfast in being students first so that we can understand, lead and teach as we direct and advise clients. That fact has not changed and will not change. I deeply appreciate you for allowing The Trust Company of Tennessee to continue to serve you and your family. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or comments.