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Concannon Wealth Management Rebrands as Corbenic Partners

Posted by Concannon Miller on Jun 23, 2017 8:00:00 AM

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Corbenic logo.pngConcannon Miller is pleased to announce the rebranding of their longtime partners, Concannon Wealth Management, to Corbenic Partners, a new name to underscore their continued desire to partner with their clients in helping them achieve the full potential of their wealth.

As they have over the last two decades, Corbenic Partners stands as a team of professionals prepared to serve families who expect a higher standard of wealth management. With specific strength in the franchise world, Corbenic focuses on guiding and protecting their clients through inevitable change and uncertainty, whether in their business or personal lives.

“Both our commitment to our clients and our partners, Concannon Miller, remains the same today as it did over 20 years ago,” Corbenic Partners Managing Partner Brad Griswold says.  “And we look forward to continuing and building on these relationships in the coming years.”

READ MORE: A Focus on Franchisees: A profile of Brad Griswold in The Wall Street Journal

Concannon Miller has been a strategic partner with the firm since its founding in 1994 and continues today.

“We look forward to many more years of providing sound forward-thinking advice to our many shared clients,” Concannon Miller President & COO Ted Witman says.

More about Corbenic Partners can be found at More on Concannon Miller's partnerships and alliances can be found here.

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