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Cable Hill Partners Continues its Growth by Hiring Kendall Acheson as Lead Advisor

June 23, 2017

Portland, Ore. (June 23, 2017) – Cable Hill Partners has hired Kendall Acheson as its newest Lead Advisor. He brings with him a wealth management career spanning nearly 10 years, most recently at Raymond James & Associates. Throughout his career, Kendall has developed a deep understanding of the unique challenges facing business owners and corporate executives.

“Kendall brings with him the clarity and confidence that comes from experience, as well as the skill it takes to set the right course for clients to help them meet their financial goals,” said David Christian, Founding Partner and Managing Director at Cable Hill Partners. “He has proven himself to be a wise counselor and embodies what we look for in a Lead Advisor.”

Kendall particularly enjoys the challenge of working through advanced concepts with his clients and collaborating to build financial plans that enable them to reach their most important life goals. “I’m looking forward to doing just that alongside the talented team at Cable Hill Partners,” said Kendall.

He is an active member of the Portland community, including a board position with New Avenues for Youth, while also serving as a finance committee member for the Portland Japanese Garden. He received his CFP® from the College of Financial Planning and his BA from the University of Colorado at Boulder. And although Kendall was born in Japan, he considers himself a Portland native, regularly taking advantage of all that Oregon has to offer. When not working with clients you can likely find him skiing Mt. Bachelor, hiking through the Gorge or camping at the coast.

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