Philadelphia Eagles team members launch TopTier wealth management
A trio of Eagles want to help you build your own nest egg.
Eagles special teams captain Chris Maragos has no plans to retire any time soon, but when he does, he’ll be joining the finance industry with teammate Jordan Hicks and former teammate Trey Burton, who together this month launched TopTier Wealth Management, writes Erin Avredlund for philly.com.
Maragos’ high school best friend, Mike Brusko, 31, with whom Maragos grew up in Racine, Wis., worked for Milwaukee-based Heartland Advisors in institutional sales. He reviewed Maragos’ portfolios from time to time and noticed his friend was paying fees on top of fees, so instead, they formed their own firm with Brusko as portfolio manager and Austin Nelson, a certified financial planner.
For a minimum $500,000 investment, you can have your money managed by TopTier, which aims to handle finances for a dozen or so NFL players, Burton, Hicks and Maragos, and about 80 other players and families. They declined to say how much in assets TopTier is managing.
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