Wabash Capital VP Scott earns Registered Fiduciary

Friday, January 9, 2015
Ginger Scott

Ginger Scott has successfully completed the training, validation and testing necessary to become a Registered Fiduciary.

The Registered Fiduciary (RF) certification identifies financial professionals and organizations as competent fiduciaries that have achieved pertinent educational qualifications and licenses, learned required skills and have passed a background check.

The RF award to Scott recognizes particular skills in the area of Wealth Management. In addition to Wealth Management, she provides Institutional Services to Retirement Plans and Foundations.

In acting as a Registered Fiduciary Scott is committed to always acting in the best interest of clients, using the skills, ethics and focus on the client needs that the Certification represents.

"At a time when the public concern has been elevated by years of financial excesses and scandals, the RF validation process offers comfort in the knowledge that our firm has been found worthy of this distinction" said Don Edwards, president of Wabash Capital. "We have always been dedicated to our clients and this award gives us the independent confirmation of this policy."

Since 1997, Wabash Capital has provided wealth management to individuals, companies, not-for-profits, banks, and endowments. The company has served as fiduciary to retirement plans across a broad array of industries and is an industry leader in providing personalized investment advice to participants as a truly independent fee-only, non-affiliated adviser.

As vice president, Scott is responsible for client service at the Greencastle office and administration of retirement plan services for the company. Prior to joining Wabash Capital, she spent 18 years with Old National Trust as a trust officer with administrative and client service responsibilities.

She received a B.S. in business administration from Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College and has earned the Accredited Retirement Plan Specialist (ARPS) designation.

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