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How one charmed referral set Michael Chasnoff on the path to $900 million of AUM

The power of PR and positive press proved to be the afterburners for Truepoint

Author Steven Garmhausen November 23, 2011 at 4:02 PM
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Michael Chasnoff: We always say we are independent and we encourage Fidelity to continue to improve. This relationship can continue, but it's not a permanent relationship.

Maria Marsala

Maria Marsala

November 26, 2011 — 10:28 PM

An excellent “case study” 1) how marketing and networking efforts do take time when you prefer the “non-pushy” way of doing business and put clients first. 2) how knowing your strengths and weaknesses can assist a company in brining on specialized consultants who can help strengthen a company.

Maria Marsala

Maria Marsala

November 26, 2011 — 10:28 PM

An excellent “case study” 1) how marketing and networking efforts do take time when you prefer the “non-pushy” way of doing business and put clients first. 2) how knowing your strengths and weaknesses can assist a company in bringing on specialized consultants to help strengthen a company.


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