We are excited to announce our 10 Year Anniversary! Our original founders Jason Labrum and Rick Labrum, Darcy Wadsworth and Jordie Czapinski founded what was then called Labrum Capital Advisors in September of 2009.
Over the past 10 years our clients and team have evolved to shape what has become one of the largest independent fiduciary wealth management firms in Southern California. This year we were named the 6th fasted growing RIA in the country and couldn’t be more proud to celebrate that honor with our clients.
In this show you will learn about:
- The origins of IDA and Founder Jason Labrum
- What the biggest challenges were over the past 10 years
- What were the biggest successes
- What does the future of IDA look like
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