Paul Madrid Dedicates Leadership to Client Relationships at REDW Stanley Financial Advisors

REDW LLC, announces that Paul Madrid has assumed the leadership role at REDW Stanley Financial Advisors, a subsidiary of REDW LLC, succeeding Ginny Stanley, who has been with the firm since 1999. Stanley is retiring as a Principal of REDW LLC.

Paul joined the firm in 2008 and assumed the practice leader role at REDW Stanley at the beginning of 2018, when he and Ginny began to work together on the transition. “I am grateful to Ginny for her mentorship, and for her past leadership in evolving our business into the respected advisory firm it is today,” he said. “My primary goal is to continue to foster the client relationships that we develop, and to work always with their success in mind.”

“It all starts and ends with the client,” said Paul, when asked about his priorities for the next year. “We have a highly collaborative team that specializes in knowing what is important to our clients, and then designing our wealth management services to put them first.”

“One of the ways we aim to enhance our client services is by building on our existing financial education efforts. This next year we will focus on becoming a premier financial education provider, and expanding to our Phoenix office.”

Paul leads a team of experienced financial planning and wealth management professionals and will oversee all aspects of operations and growth strategy.

This year, REDW Stanley Financial Advisors made the Financial Times 300 Top Registered Investment Advisors for the fourth year in a row, and was also ranked by Accounting Today as 50th among the top 150 firms by assets under management. For details on these awards, please see our website at redw.com/about/news.

In addition to his leadership at REDW Stanley, Paul serves as a board member on the University of New Mexico Anderson School of Management Foundation. He is a graduate of the Leadership Albuquerque class of 2016, and is a member of Leadership New Mexico’s 2019 Core Program. He holds a B.S. in Business Administration from UNM’s Anderson School of Management, with a major in Financial Management and a minor in Economics.