Venturi Private Wealth will celebrate its five-year anniversary Aug. 14 at 3600 N. Capital of Texas Hwy., Bldg. B, Ste. 100, Austin. The independent, fee-only wealth management firm was founded in Austin and also has offices in Oklahoma City. 512-220-2035. www.venturiwealthmanagement.com
Venturi Private Wealth celebrates 5 years in Austin
The Venturi team is celebrating its five-year anniversary in the Austin area. (Courtesy Venturi Wealth Management)
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