RICHMOND, Va., Feb. 25, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Equity Concepts, an industry-leading financial services firm, is celebrating ten years in relationship with The Virginia Bar Association. Equity Concepts has sponsored at VBA summer and winter meetings for the last decade and has made presentations at several Retirement Journey Series Programs for members, which provided continuing legal education.
"When we first got involved with the VBA as a sponsor, we had no idea it would blossom into the relationship it's become today," said William Saunders, Director of Wealth Management Services for Equity Concepts. "But over the years, it's gone beyond that. Now they're more like family."
The Virginia Bar Association has been a top priority for the firm, and the VBA appreciates the loyal support.
Equity Concepts also works with the VBA's Young Lawyers Division, which promotes fellowship and professional growth while stimulating interest in the VBA. This community of professionals encourages public service and sponsors ways to network with more experienced lawyers and members of the judiciary.
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About Equity Concepts: Equity Concepts was founded in 1991 as a financial service firm focused on exceptional service and institutional investment access. This strategic focus allows Equity Concepts' clients to gain the most from a relationship with the firm. Equity Concepts provides comprehensive investment and financial services to individuals, families, businesses and institutions. To learn more about Equity Concepts, please visit www.equity-concepts.com.
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About The Virginia Bar Association
The Virginia Bar Association (www.vba.org), the first statewide organization for lawyers in Virginia, is the largest voluntary bar association in the commonwealth, with 5,700 members. Its mission is to be the independent voice of the Virginia lawyer, advancing the highest ideals of the profession through advocacy and volunteer service. The VBA provides many avenues to assist members in the legal profession, ranging from educational programming, community service opportunities, and member benefits.
From its inception in 1888 to today, the VBA addresses the many facets of the practice of law and promotes programs that further the efficient and equitable administration of justice. Its members seek to improve the law, serve the people of Virginia and engage with like-minded lawyers. The association actively proposes and promotes legislative changes that are in the public interest before the Virginia General Assembly.
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