Faley of Bellevue lauded

Recognized as a 2019 Best in State Wealth Adviser by Forbes.

Thomas J. Faley of Bellevue has been recognized as a 2019 Best in State Wealth Adviser by Forbes.

Faley (CFP, CRPC, AAMS) is managing director of investments and senior PIM portfolio manager of Wells Fargo Advisers in Bellevue.

“It’s an honor to be named to this ranking,” Faley said. “Each day, I show up with one goal in mind — helping my clients succeed financially. It is quite an honor to be recognized for doing what I love to do.”

Faley has 20 years of experience in the financial services industry. He holds a Bachelor of Scienece in Business degree in finance from University of Minnesota-Carlson School of Management.

The Forbes Best in State Wealth Advisers ranking algorithm is based on industry experience, interviews, compliance records, assets under management, revenue and other criteria by SHOOK Research, LLC, which does not receive compensation from the advisers or their firms in exchange for placement on a ranking. Investment performance is not a criterion.

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