The Good Life Companies Named to the 2018 Financial Times 300 Top Registered Investment Advisors List

PHILADELPHIA – June 28, 2018 – Financial Times announced The Good Life Companies has been named to the 2018 Financial Times 300 Top Registered Investment Advisors list. Financial Times 300 Top Registered Investment Advisors include elite RIA firms from across the US. The average FT 300 practice manages $4.1 billion in assets. Today, June 28, Financial Times celebrates the 2018 FT 300 RIAs at an event in Manhattan and published the Financial Times 300 list as a special report in the Financial Times.

“We are very honored to be included on the 2018 Financial Times 300 Top Registered Investment Advisors list. As a company, we provide the same services as other RIAs on the list but we are not the “stereo typical” RIA or financial advisor. We are approachable not intimidating and pride ourselves in a simple mantra Good Life = Health & Wealth. The Good Life Companies is an ecosystem that incubates our mantra for our advisors and clients,” said Conor Delaney CEO and Co-Founder of The Good Life Companies.

Delaney and Courtnie Nein President and Co-Founder of The Good Life Companies founded The Good Life Companies in 2012 after seeing a gap in the marketplace for successful advisors wanting a turn-key solution to support their independent financial advisory practice. Together they developed procedures, products and support which became the foundation for the offering at Good Life today. The Good Life Companies are comprised of five total entities. There is a fixed insurance agency, Good Life Insurance Associates, Good Life Financial Advisors, financial planning for families and individuals around the country, Good Life Advisor Systems, a service organization catered toward transitioning and supporting independent financial advisors, Good Life Advisors, a Registered Investment Advisor, and Good Life Fitness Institute which takes an educational approach to fitness, nutrition and overall health and wellness.

The first step in the FT 300 selection process is the Financial Times contacts the largest independent RIAs across the US with a minimum of $300 million in assets. To ensure the list is relevant to affluent individuals reading Financial Times no more than 75% of a practice’s assets can be institutional. Qualified RIAs then complete an on-line application, and are scored on several factors, including AUM, AUM growth rate and compliance record. Selection is independent and objective, and no money is exchanged as part of the process.

FT 300 – the list: the top US registered investment advisers 2018