Bryan Bracchi, AIF® and Yen Nguyen Recognized as Leading DC Wholesalers, as Voted on by Thousands of Retirement Plan Advisors
Ascensus—whose technology and expertise help millions of people save for retirement, education, and healthcare—announced that two regional vice presidents, Bryan Bracchi, AIF® and Yen Nguyen, have been named to the seventh annual list of NAPA 100 Top Defined Contribution (DC) Wholesalers by the National Association of Plan Advisors (NAPA).
Bracchi serves financial advisors and retirement plan clients within the Northern Texas region, including northern Texas and Oklahoma. Nguyen oversees the Southern Texas region, including south Texas and Louisiana.
The finalists for this year’s list, which recognizes the top recordkeeping and Defined Contribution Investment Only (DCIO) external wholesalers, were selected by thousands of retirement plan advisors from a list of hundreds of wholesalers nominated by NAPA Firm Partner recordkeepers and DCIOs.
“We congratulate Bryan and Yen for being named among NAPA’s Top DC Wholesalers,” says Jason Crane, head of retirement distribution at Ascensus. “Receiving this recognition
from the financial advisors we support affirms Ascensus’ commitment to attracting and retaining highly talented and dedicated professionals, as well as our focus on offering independent solutions that enable these advisors’ unique value propositions.”
“Our capable associates across the organization will continue to raise the bar to help ensure that Ascensus remains an essential partner to this critical audience,” concludes Crane.
The complete 2020 100 Top DC Wholesalers list is available on NAPA Net and will be published in the fall issue of NAPA Net the Magazine.
Ascensus helps millions of people save for what matters—retirement, education, and healthcare. Through co-branded, private-labeled, and other governmental partnerships, our technology, market insights, and business knowledge enhance the growth and success of our partners, their clients, and savers. Ascensus is the largest independent recordkeeping services provider, third-party administrator, and government savings facilitator in the United States. For more information, visit ascensus.com.
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