Krilogy® is pleased to announce that the firm has earned a spot on the first annual Financial Times FT Americas list of the fastest growing companies throughout North and South America. The 2020 list ranks companies in a variety of sectors based on compound annual revenue growth between 2015 and 2018. Krilogy® is ranked at #437 and is one of only 31 financial services firms in the United States on the list.
“Our growth strategy at Krilogy® has been very deliberate and focused on increasing the positive impact we can make on clients’ lives,” said Kent Skornia, President and CEO. “That continued focus has allowed us to deliver tremendous value to clients, adding new services and generously giving of our time and insights to help them feel ready for whatever they may face.”
Krilogy®, which manages more than $1.3 billion in assets, has been in sustainable growth mode for many years. The firm is a member of the Inc. 5000 Hall of Fame, appearing on the list each year since 2014. Krilogy® is also an FT300 firm, a list which includes the top Registered Investment Advisor (RIA) firms in the United States.
Culture at Krilogy® remains at the forefront, with operations and investment philosophies based on the values of Dedication, Abundance and Leadership. The team has been recognized with numerous honors for its commitment to culture, including Entrepreneur’s Top Company Cultures award, multiple St. Louis Business Journal’s Best Places to Work awards, Best Places to Work for Young Professionals, and the Advancement of Women award. Krilogy® has also been recognized as a Top Place for Women in the “Women in the Workplace Scorecard” by the Women’s Foundation of Greater St. Louis.
“Our culture and unwavering commitment to clients has made our growth possible and led to honors such as this,” said Skornia. “I’m proud to work with an intelligent, hard-working team of professionals who embrace our clients’ goals, delivering unbiased recommendations and sophisticated wealth management planning. Clients feel confident about the decisions they’re making and are prepared for all of life’s money moments.”
The full Special Report and Financial Times List of the Americas’ Fastest Growing Companies can be found on the Financial Times website.