Investment advisor wins award

Posted on August 30, 2013 

Tim Dombrowsky

COURTESY DENALI ALASKAN FCU

Denali Alaskan Investment Services announced Tim Dombrowsky, a registered representative affiliated with broker/dealer and Registered Investment Adviser CUSO Financial Services, LP (CFS), earned a Silver Pacesetter Award at the CFS 2013 Annual Conference. The award honors top producing registered representatives at nearly 200 credit union and bank programs affiliated with CUSO Financial Services, L.P. (CFS) and Sorrento Pacific Financial LLC (SPF).

Dombrowsky was credited with generating significant revenue while providing high quality investment and retirement planning services to Denali Alaskan clients.  He has served the members with investment advice for 25 years, including the past 10 years at Denali Alaskan.

“Going Above and Beyond for members is Denali Alaskan’s key service delivery promise, and it’s great to see Tim Dombrowsky has been recognized his knowledge, experience and dedication to service by our broker/dealer partner,” said Dale Fosselman, Senior VP of Corporate Development.  

The annual awards are presented by CFS and SPF as a way to recognize top registered representatives for their dedication to high standards, commitment to superior service and outstanding performance in delivering investment services to clients.  

Denali Alaskan Investment Services is a department of Denali Alaskan Federal Credit Union, the third largest credit union in Alaska.  The Credit Union is headquartered in Anchorage, and also has branches in Fairbanks, Eagle River, Juneau, Kenai and Wasilla.

 

Full-service, sister broker dealers CUSO Financial Services, L.P. (CFS) and Sorrento Pacific Financial LLC (SPF) (Members FINRA/SIPC) provide customized investment and insurance solutions to nearly 200 credit unions and banks throughout the country.  Both broker dealers are SEC Registered Investment Advisers, with expertise in key areas including retirement services, wealth management, and fee-based and insurance products for both individuals and business customers.

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