Andrew Hahn Honored as One of LPL Financial’s Top Financial Advisors
October 4, 2022
Buffalo, New York— Andrew Hahn, a Senior Executive at Northwest Investment Services in Buffalo, NY, today announced his inclusion in LPL’s Chairman’s Council. This elite award is presented to less than 1% of the firm’s more than 19,000 financial advisors nationwide*.
“I congratulate Andrew Hahn on behalf of LPL,” said Shawn Mihal, LPL executive vice president, Institution Services Relationship Management. “We are inspired by his dedication to clients and strong commitment to helping them work toward their financial goals. It is an honor to support Northwest Investment Services with robust resources, integrated capabilities and differentiated service experiences designed to help him run a thriving program. We wish Andrew and his entire team continued success as they create meaningful impact in the lives of their clients in the years ahead.” Mr. Hahn is affiliated with LPL Financial, a leading wealth management firm. LPL provides the resources, tools and technology that support advisors in their work to enrich their clients’ financial lives.
Northwest Bancshares, Inc (Nasdaq: NWBI) is a $14 billion asset financial services company headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, and the parent company of Northwest Bank, a Pennsylvania chartered savings bank headquartered in Warren, Pennsylvania. The Company serves consumers, small businesses, corporations, and municipalities with a diverse offering of banking, lending, payments, and wealth management solutions. As of September 30, 2022, Northwest Bank operates 142 full-service branches across Pennsylvania, New York, Ohio, and Indiana and provides customers fee-free access to more than 55,000 ATMs across the United States.
About LPL Financial:
LPL Financial (Nasdaq: LPLA) was founded on the principle that the firm should work for the advisor, and not the other way around. Today, LPL is a leader** in the markets we serve, supporting more than 19,000 financial advisors, 800 institution-based investment programs and 450 independent RIA firms nationwide. We are steadfast in our commitment to the advisor-centered model and the belief that Americans deserve access to personalized guidance from a financial advisor. At LPL, independence means that advisors have the freedom they deserve to choose the business model, services, and technology resources that allow them to run their perfect practice. And they have the freedom to manage their client relationships, because they know their clients best. Simply put, we take care of our advisors, so they can take care of their clients.
**Top RIA custodian (Cerulli Associates, 2020 U.S. RIA Marketplace Report); No. 1 Independent Broker-Dealer in the U.S (Based on total revenues, Financial Planning magazine June 1996-2021); No. 1 provider of third-party brokerage services to banks and credit unions (2020-2021 Kehrer Bielan Research & Consulting Annual TPM Report); Fortune 500 as of June 2021
*Achievement is based on annual production among LPL Advisors only.
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Securities and advisory services are offered through LPL Financial (LPL), a registered investment advisor and broker-dealer (member FINRA/SIPC). Insurance products are offered through LPL or its licensed affiliates. Northwest Bank and Northwest Investment Services are not registered as a broker-dealer or investment advisor. Registered representatives of LPL offer products and services using Northwest Investment Services, and may also be employees of Northwest Bank. These products and services are being offered through LPL or its affiliates, which are separate entities from, and not affiliates of, Northwest Bank or Northwest Investment Services. Securities and insurance offered through LPL or its affiliates are:
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