HOOVER FINANCIAL ADVISORS ADDS INVESTMENT ANAYLIST

Matthew McLaughlin

Matthew McLaughlin

Malvern, PA – Matthew McLaughlin recently joined Hoover Financial Advisors, P.C. (HFA) as an Investment analyst. His appointment was announced by Pete Hoover, CFP®, founder and CEO of the firm.

In his new position, McLaughlin is responsible for analyses and research relating to client investment portfolios. He also assists with securities transactions, performance measurement, reporting and rebalancing.

Before joining HFA, McLaughlin was a wealth manager for Sage Financial Group in West Conshohocken. Prior to that, he was an analyst in the Market Neutral Hedge Fund of Bryn Mawr Capital Management. His career began at City Of London Investment Management Group’s Philadelphia office in Coatesville.

“Hoover Financial Advisors has an excellent reputation,” says McLaughlin. “It is a young company doing great things, which offers an opportunity for me to grow both professionally and with the firm. It’s a good place to be,” he concludes.

HFA, which is headquartered on Moores Road in Malvern, was launched in 2005 by Pete Hoover, who has been an independent financial advisor for more than 30 years. Since its inception, HFA has quadrupled in size. In addition to investment analysts, staff members include certified financial planners, financial advisors, insurance and tax specialists, attorneys, a certified portfolio manager, and an information services manager. This year, HFA PC was named to the Financial Times 300 Top Registered Investment Advisers list. In 2012, it was selected as Small Business of the Year by Chester County Chamber of Business & Industry. For more information, visit its website at http://www.petehoover.com or call 610.651.2777.

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