SAN ANTONIO, Texas, June 8, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Jeanie Wyatt, CFA, CEO and Chief Investment Officer of South Texas Money Management (STMM) was named to Barron's Magazine's prestigious national list of the Top 100 Women Advisors for the third consecutive year. Ms. Wyatt is the highest ranked woman from Texas. The Barron's list was also featured in The Wall Street Journal on June 6, 2017.
"I am so proud to be included in this elite list of women advisors in the US," said Wyatt. "Women have long been underrepresented in the industry and I am pleased not only to represent as an advisor, but also as an investment firm owner."
The national ranking by Barron's reflects the volume of assets overseen by the advisors and their teams, revenues generated by the firms and the quality of the advisors practices.
"We congratulate Jeanie and are proud of her success and that of South Texas Money Management," said Jim Kee, President and Chief Economist. "The majority of our professionals are women at STMM and we take pride in their integrity, professionalism and dedication to our clients."
About South Texas Money Management, Ltd.
South Texas Money Management (STMM) is a registered investment advisory (RIA) firm that helps clients build wealth over time so they can accomplish important goals. STMM was founded in 2000 by Jeanie Wyatt, CFA®. As of March 31, 2017, STMM managed over $3 billion in assets including equity, fixed income, and balanced asset classes for individuals, trusts, retirement plans, charitable foundations and endowments, as well as for bank trust departments and other institutions. Based in San Antonio, STMM has additional offices in Austin, Corpus Christi, Dallas, and Houston.
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