Names & Faces

Roger Vierra Named to Financial Times Top 401 Retirement Advisors

UBS VP recognized for an exceptional career in Financial Services

October 15, 2019 — BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–UBS announced today that Roger Vierra, a Financial Advisor in the Firm’s South Shore office has been named to the Financial Times 401 Top Retirement Advisors, listed on www.FinancialTimes.com. Roger is Senior Vice President –Investments for The Vierra Group at UBS Financial Services, Inc. This year’s award marks the fifth consecutive year Vierra has been recognized as a Top Retirement Advisor.

The Financial Times 401 Top Retirement Advisors is a list of elite professionals who specialize in advising on US employers’ defined contribution plans. Vierra was among 25 UBS advisors on the fifth annual list.

“We are incredibly proud of Roger being recognized by the Financial Times for the fifth consecutive year as one of the nation’s top Retirement Advisors.” said Lexie Bishop, Director and Branch Manager for the UBS South Shore Office. “This well-deserved recognition is a testament of Roger’s dedication to providing clients insightful guidance in an ever-changing retirement plan landscape.”

Winners for the Financial Times 401 Top Retirement Advisors list were selected based on factors including defined contribution (DC) AUM, growth and specialization in DC plan business, years of experience, participation rate, industry certifications, and compliance record.

 

 

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