Scott Jackson is head of Doliver’s Wealth Management Group. Scott received his B.A. in Economics from the University of Texas at Austin and earned his MBA from the University of Houston. He has over fifteen years of industry experience in areas of wealth management, portfolio management, trading and analysis. Scott holds the Series 65 Securities license. Scott is passionate about developing personal relationships, running a “family office” type environment, and building customized portfolios for each of his clients. He is immensely helpful in building and protecting clients’ estates.
For almost thirty years, Doliver has only managed capital for individuals, corporations, trusts, and IRAs. And, we have done that fairly well, achieving an average annual return of 10.0% since inception. The world is very different today than it was in 1986. There is real uncertainty in the economy and in the various markets. The importance and complexities of wealth preservation and growth increase daily, especially in the climate of our world today. Many clients have asked that we expand our service to them, to examine the complete picture, and help them manage and protect whatever wealth they have. Thus, the creation of the Wealth Management Group.
Each client receives personalized investment guidance based on unique financial needs, risk tolerance, return objective, age, family relationships, and market exposure.
Scott, along with Charley Ward, our Chief Operating Officer and a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), create a customized portfolio of stocks, bonds, and alternative investments, taking into consideration tax efficiency, market correlation, and asset allocation.
Moreover, they provide on-going monitoring of client account performance and are very experienced in managing and reducing risk. Scott is an avid researcher and analyst; he stays abreast of market trends and projections. Charley, having almost fifteen years of experience at three of the largest investment advisors in the country, truly understands investment allocation and risk management. Together, they can provide guidance on how clients can reduce liabilities, other expenses, and manage their financial affairs.