511 Gravier Street,
In today’s world of investing, more and more clients are choosing to use the services of independent financial professionals. With personalized attention and a dedication to detail, these advisors are driven by their clients’ needs and expectations of financial success.
Founded in 1982, Prospera Financial supports independent financial professionals across the country, offering a superior menu of investment choices, leading-edge technology, indispensable financial tools, expert investment planning and advice, and personalized service — so they can bring their clients the same. By operating with integrity, honesty and an unwavering commitment to the investor, Prospera supports the success of financial professionals — which can lead to success for the clients they serve. With a focus on a service and a strong set of core values, Prospera Financial has been named a 7-time Broker Dealer of the Year by ThinkAdvisor.
Dorsey & Company’s commitment to providing quality service includes a business relationship with First Clearing¹, one of the nation’s leading brokerage clearing institutions. This relationship brings the benefit of a firm with deep roots in the full-service brokerage business and the strength of being affiliated with one of the largest financial services companies in America.
First Clearing provides Dorsey & Company with efficient execution services for trading stocks, bonds, and other securities. In addition, First Clearing documents and clears transactions, collects and pays dividends and interest, processes corporate reorganizations, delivers trade confirmations and statements, custodies assets, and provides annual tax-reporting summaries.
First Clearing gives us access to resources that provide a wide range of industry-leading products, services, technology and operational support.
1 First Clearing is a trade name used by Wells Fargo Clearing Services, LLC, Member SIPC, a registered broker-dealer and non-bank affiliate of Wells Fargo & Company.
These days, investing in financial markets is a common practice. Yet, many Americans remain under-informed about how various investment products really work. Want to know how you rank? Challenge yourself with our brief quiz, "Test Your Investing IQ."