Verdence Capital Advisors CEO Leo Kelly Named One of the Most Admired in Maryland
BALTIMORE, MD — September 25, 2018 — The Daily Record has named Leo Kelly, CEO, Verdence Capital Advisors one of Maryland’s 2018 Most Admired CEOs.
The Daily Record created the Most Admired CEOs awards program to recognize talented business CEOs and nonprofit executive directors throughout Maryland for their leadership and vision. The winners were selected based on professional accomplishments, community service and letters of reference submitted by co-workers, board members and community leaders showing the CEO’s leadership and vision.
“This year’s Most Admired CEOs have climbed the career ladder by pursuing a commitment to excellence every day. They surround themselves with great team members, leaders and employees who believe in the organization’s core values and mission,” said Suzanne Fischer-Huettner, publisher of The Daily Record. “Most Admired CEOs empower and elevate those who work for them and with them in the workplace and in the community. Mentoring the next generation is important to these outstanding leaders, too. We at The Daily Record are pleased to recognize them.”
Founded in July 2017, Verdence Capital Advisors manages more than $2 billion in client assets, focusing on business owners, corporate executives, high-net-worth families, athletes, and institutions.
About Verdence Capital Advisors (www.verdence.com)
Verdence Capital Advisors is a nationally-recognized private wealth advisory and multi-family office firm headquartered in Hunt Valley, Maryland, with an office in Northern Virginia. Committed to the principle that advice should be transparent, customized and given without conflicts of interest, true independence is one of the guiding principles of Verdence Capital Advisors. For more information visit www.verdence.com.
About The Daily Record
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