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Private Ocean Wealth Management has been named a recipient of the WealthManagement.com 2019 Thrive Awards, honoring the nation’s fastest-growing advisors. The WealthManagement.com 2019 Thrive Awards list was compiled by measuring percentage revenue growth over the previous three years. The average revenue growth of Thrive Advisors is three times that of the overall industry.

“The WealthManagement.com Thrive Awards is unlike any other recognition program,” said WealthManagement.com editor-in-chief David Armstrong. “Rather than acknowledging AUM or profitability, it recognizes advisors who are on the way up— those who have proven themselves skilled and ambitious by virtue of three solid years of revenue growth. We believe revenue growth is a metric that demonstrates advisor success in providing services of real value to clients and prospects, and key to building a sustainable business for the future. The WealthManagement.com Thrive Awards list is a publicly visible testament to that success.”

To qualify for the WealthManagement.com 2019 Awards Thrive list, applicants had to be based in the U.S., offer financial services to individual clients, and be free of regulatory actions.

“We are honored to be recognized on the WealthManagement.com Thrive list,” said Greg Friedman, CEO and Co-Founder. “Private Ocean has experienced an incredible evolution over the past two years, and we are excited to use this thoughtful growth and expansion to better serve our client’s needs. The future is certainly bright – and we look forward to finding new and better ways to do what we do best – helping people live happy, fulfilling lives through financial independence.”

About the WealthManagement.com Thrive Awards

The WealthManagement.com Thrive Awards is an annual program designed to celebrate America’s fastest-growing advisors. Companies, individuals and teams are all eligible to participate in the program, which honors advisors and firms who have demonstrated remarkable revenue production over a three year period.