Meier brings to Savant more than 30 years of valuable experience in strategic, M&A, and finance-related leadership. Most recently, he served as CFO and managing director for an investment advisor, asset manager, and broker/dealer headquartered in Chicago. He’s also held leadership positions as CFO and COO of a national registered investment advisor and as COO and managing director for a global private investment and trading company. He spent 14 years with the Chicago Board of Trade/CME Group.
“We believe Eric’s experience in the financial services industry, along with his collaborative approach to help drive growth and increase profitability, are an ideal fit for Savant as we continue to grow and pursue positive results for our clients and the communities we serve,” said Brent Brodeski, CEO of Savant. “He brings along with him an accomplished career and we look forward to the impact his leadership will have on our firm.”
“Savant is known for its forward-thinking strategy and is a leader in the industry,” said Meier. “I’m thrilled to be working alongside the entire team and to further the momentum that is currently taking place.”
Meier joined Savant on June 3rd and will be located in the firm’s Rockford headquarters.
About Savant Capital Management
Savant Capital Management is a leading independent, nationally recognized, fee-only firm serving clients for 30 years with more than $6 billion in assets under management. As a trusted advisor, Savant Capital Management offers investment management, financial planning, retirement plan and family office services to financially established individuals and institutions. Savant also offers corporate accounting, tax preparation, payroll and consulting through its affiliate, Savant Tax & Consulting.
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