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Press Releases

Truist Makes $1.5 Million Grant to The American College of Financial Services

Philanthropic investment marks Truist’s second significant contribution to The College within a year to advance diversity in the financial services industry

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The American College of Financial Services Celebrates 2022 President’s Dinner Award Recipients

Awards honor shining alumni, partners, and volunteers dedicated to supporting The College’s mission

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The American College of Financial Services Welcomes Brandon Carter of USAA to its Board of Trustees

Newly elected Carter brings 25 years of experience and service to The College

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8th Annual Clambake and Soldier Citizen Award Event Returns In-Person to Empower the Deserving

The American College of Financial Services’ premier event for educational support and career opportunities that transform the lives of those who honorably served in the Armed Forces

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The American College of Financial Services Named a Top Workplaces 2022 Winner by The Philadelphia Inquirer

For two years running The College recognized as a standout company to their employees, talent, and the professionals it serves

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16th Annual Conference of African American Financial Professionals Triumphant Homecoming

The American College of Financial Services’ premier conference for Black financial professionals returns to the nation’s Capital

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Financial Advisors Say Trust, Individual Effort, Specialized Knowledge Most Important Drivers of Success

Research from the American College Center for Women in Financial Services highlights success attributes of advisors, challenges they face, and nuances across gender divides

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Bullish About Trust: New Research Highlights Opportunities to Grow Trust in Financial Services

“Trust in Financial Services Study” suggests financial industry can be optimistic about trust

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Survey Says: Independent Advisors and Consumers Agree on Need for Specialized Services

Two studies from The American College of Financial Services highlight alignment between consumers and RIAs on need for deeper planning services: retirement knowledge at the top

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Joellen C. Meckley Named Executive Director of The American College Center for Special Needs at The American College of Financial Services

Meckley will lead The College’s efforts to promote strategies and solutions that aid individuals with special needs as well as their caregivers

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