As one of the Valley’s leading independent investment and wealth management firms, MRA Associates (MRA) was recently recognized, locally and nationally, as a Best Place to Work in Phoenix. The growing firm is dedicated to maintaining a strong workplace and company culture that is highly collaborative. At the start of 2019, MRA is proud to announce three new partners and four promotions.
Our New Partners and Promotions
Eric Ensign joined MRA in 2011. In his new role as partner, he provides investment advisory, tax planning, and wealth management services to families and businesses.
Will Froelich has more than 12 years of experience in the financial industry. In his new role as partner, he focuses on a variety of wealth management issues including investments and portfolio management for families.
Evan Judge joined MRA in 2013. In his role as a partner, Evan Judge continues to provide investment and wealth management advice to high net worth families, individuals, institutions, and foundations.
In addition to the three new partners, the firm also spotlighted four additional promotions.
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All awards and rankings may not be representative of any one client’s experience because the ranking reflects a quantitative and/or qualitative analysis of factors that may or may not include a sample of the experience of MRA’s clients. The rating is not indicative of future performance. MRA did not pay a fee to participate
Phoenix Business Journal’s Best Places to Work
According to Phoenix Business Journal: The Best to Work list was ranked by employee surveys compiled by Quantum Workplace.
- 2014 – No. 30 (Micro Business Category – 10-49 employees)
- 2018 – No. 2 (Small Business Category – 50-99 employees)
Pensions & Investments Magazine’s Best Places to Work in Money Management
According to Best Places to Work in Money Management: The list of Best Places to Work in Money Management is compiled based on data collected and analyzed by Best Companies Group, an independent research firm and P&I’s partner on the survey. An anonymous employee survey, which aimed to evaluate employee engagement and satisfaction, accounted for 75% of a firm’s score; an employer survey, which evaluated each company’s workplace policies, practices, benefits, and demographics, made up the remaining 25%.