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Welcome to Fiduciary Wealth Management, a registered investment advisory firm led by Rocklin Senavinin, a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional. At FWM we believe in a streamlined and coordinated approach in helping our clients reach their specific investment goals. Serving central and northwest Arkansas, we specialize in financial planning and investment management. Contact us today to get started.
Fiduciary Wealth Management is a fee-only registered investment advisory firm in Little Rock, Arkansas. As a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional, the firm's founder, Rocklin Senavinin has advanced training in the holistic process of creating a personal financial plan that addresses a person’s comprehensive needs for the short and long-term. Having built a successful career, he was named one of Arkansas Business’ 40 Under 40 in 2014, which honors intriguing business and political leaders under 40 years old.Contact Us Schedule a Call
Why work with FWM?
No Sales Commissions
FWM is a fee only registered investment advisor. No sales commissions or bonuses are paid for recommending certain investment strategies over others.
Although many professionals may call themselves “financial planners,” CFP® professionals have completed extensive training and experience requirements and are held to rigorous ethical standards.
Roc Senavinin is President and Co-Founder of FWMMeet Roc
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