CAMBRIDGE, Mass., May 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Commonwealth Financial Group (CFG) has joined TRUSTIVO and will make available the services of its more than 100 financial advisors to employees and retirees currently on TRUSTIVO. TRUSTIVO is the nation's leading retirement network that transforms the way individuals and trusted advisors connect, engage and develop strategies for retirement. "We have explored the possibility of state of the art technology to connect consumers with our advisors and we believe TRUSTIVO offers a unique capability to do this," says Richard A. St. Jean, chief executive officer and managing partner of CFG.
"Commonwealth Financial Group is an outstanding firm, providing the highest level of retirement and financial strategies to its clients. They have a unique multi-disciplinary approach to evaluating client needs. We are delighted that CFG's financial advisors are now part of our network," says Rad Pasovschi, chairman and CEO of TRUSTIVO.
"Many consumers are uncertain how to find a financial advisor and delay creating much needed strategies," says St. Jean. "Through our affiliation with TRUSTIVO, prospective clients, in the comfort of their own homes, can explore the suggested strategies of up to three advisors, easily able to search for the right fit," says St. Jean. Rick St. Jean and his partner Gregg A. Anderson, assumed leadership of the Commonwealth Financial Group, a member of the Mass Mutual Financial Group, in 2005. CFG offers its advisors an open architecture platform that gives them investment product choices to fit each client's needs. The group has experienced 20% growth every year for the last seven years.