Frequently Asked Questions
Clients’ assets are held by a third party public custodian. All checks from clients must be made payable to National Financial Services for the benefit of your account. Campos Financial Group does not have access to client assets. We can generally only move money from your account in the following fashion:
- A wire transfer to another account at another institution with your written and verbal authorization.
- A check payable to the parties listed on your account registration (e.g. Mr. & Mrs. Smith) and mailed to your address of record.
- Other transfers are possible but only with the client’s express written permission and back-up verification.
Consolidation could be an important step in simplifying your portfolio. The good news is that you might not have to sell your investments to consolidate them and Campos Financial Group will take care of all the paperwork for you. There are potential costs associated with consolidation and we will discuss those with you before we would begin the process. These costs are typically diminutive. Some of the benefits associated with consolidation include:
- Reduction in paperwork
- Chances for errors are reduced
- Simplified tax preparation and record keeping
- Easily manage your money flows
- Opportunity to review title issues, beneficiary designations
- Estate administration in case of death or disability is centralized
Note: Consolidation may not be suitable for all investors.
- Series 7 Registered Representative License
- Series 66 Uniform Combined State Law License
- Insurance Producer License for Health, Life and Variable Lines of Authority
- Masters of Business Administration (MBA)
- Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor (CRPC®)