Welcome to Avisen Securities
Avisen Securities is a full-service investment securities firm founded on exceptional client service, personalized investment advice and independent research. The firm offers clients an expansive array of quality investment products and services including private client services, corporate and institutional services, wealth management planning services and investment advisory solutions.
Our customized programs are designed to grow, protect, and conserve our client's wealth by delivering an unprecedented level of personalized service and expertise. We encourage you to explore our site and learn more about the services we provide.
Congratulations... Ken Brown
Congratulations to Ken Brown for receiving the 2013 Five Star Wealth Manager award, as seen in Sacramento Magazine (March 2013). This is the second consecutive year Mr. Brown has received this award. The Five Star award goes to less than 7 percent of wealth managers. Visit Five Star Professional for details of this award. Congratulations Ken!!!
"Art at the Office" Project
Thank you to all that attended the first "Art at the Office" Project artist reception. Local artist, Margaret Sarantis, sold three amazing pieces of artwork at the event. If you are interested in viewing the artwork currently on exhibit, the exhibit is open M-F 9:00am-3:00pm or by appointment.
The "Art at the Office" Project re-envisions the office environment into an art gallery and highlights the Sacramento region's local artists. Learn more about the project, our current exhibition, and details on our upcoming event scheduled for June13th showcasing the work of Joyce Auteri.
2013 Federal Reserve Stress Test Results
The Federal Reserve Board released the results last week (3/7/2013) of the latest stress test on the largest 18 U.S. banks. Results show that The Bank of New York Mellon is currently the best-performing bank with the highest capital ratio (13.2) among all 18 participating banks. These results provide a high level of confidence in the safety of our client's assets held at Pershing, a BNY Mellon Company. The worst-performing banks included Morgan Stanley (5.4), Goldman Sachs (5.8), Bank of America (6.8) and Wells Fargo (7.0). Below is a summary of the results. To view the results in its entirety, click here. The Dodd-Frank Act (DFA) stress tests are a set of forward-looking exercises conducted both by the Federal Reserve and by financial companies regulated by the Federal Reserve. The stress tests are intended to ensure institutions have sufficient capital to absorb losses and support operations during adverse economic conditions so that they do not pose risks to their communities, other institutions, or the broad economy.