Finding a Modern Financial Adviser: 3 Questions to Ask

Today’s challenging economic climate calls for a financial adviser equipped to adapt. Here’s how to see if yours is up to the task.

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Whether it’s political unrest, a Black Swan event, a housing crisis or a global pandemic, there are very few “normal” years in the world of finance anymore. In the “post normal economy,” as Barry Ritholtz frames it, financial advisers need to be different than those of yesterday.

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Tyler Robuck, CFP®
Managing Director – Financial Adviser, Manhattan West

Tyler Robuck is a managing director–financial adviser at Manhattan West, where he provides tailored wealth management solutions to high-net-worth clients, entertainers and small-business owners. He brings a wealth of experience, knowledge, energy and compassion to help clients achieve their goals. Having worked through myriad market cycles, he prides himself on being a clear and steady voice in periods of growth and volatility. Outside work, Robuck enjoys meditation and is a yogi.