PHILADELPHIA – June 19, 2017 – InvestmentNews recently named Conor Delaney as one of its 2017 40 Under 40. Based on accomplishments to date, contributions to the financial advisory industry, leadership and promise, Conor Delaney was chosen from more than 800 nominations.

“It is an honor to be selected for such a prestigious award.  When we started The Good Life Companies, my intention was to build processes, services and technology to create a practical and affordable way to deliver financial advice to middle America via our advisors anywhere across the country.  To be selected by InvestmentNews and the distinguished panel of judges from more than 800 peers for successfully implementing our initial plan is very humbling,” said Delaney.

Conor Delaney 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. Conor Delaney, along with his partner Courtnie Nein, began developing procedures, products and support which became the foundation for the offering at Good Life today. The Good Life Companies are: Good Life Financial Advisors the umbrella company for independent advisors based in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania, Good Life Advisors the advisor owned RIA, Good Life Advisor Systems a turnkey solution to support individual advisor’s practices, and Good Life Insurance Associates.

Conor Delaney will be featured along with the other 40 Under 40 notables in the June 19 issue of InvestmentNews.

“Given the passion, dedication and innovative spirit that are hallmarks of the U.S. financial advice industry, it’s not surprising we received more than 800 nominations when we put out our call for this year’s class of 40 Under 40s,” said Frederick P. Gabriel Jr., editor of InvestmentNews. “Whittling those nominations down to just 40 honorees was tough. But, after reading our honorees’ stories, I have no doubt that InvestmentNews’ readers will feel as inspired and hopeful of the future of the industry as we do.”

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