The CAPTRUST Difference
Depth. Access. Leverage.
We understand that it can be very difficult to discern the differences between CAPTRUST and its competitors. To the untrained eye, we all look the same. And yet, we offer many advantages.
We are different.
Learn more about The CAPTRUST Difference.
CAPTRUST for Institutions
As one of the largest registered investment advisors in the U.S., we offer a broad range of services to institutional clients, including corporate and higher-education retirement plans, foundations and endowments, and religious organizations.
Two things remain consistent across the breadth of services we offer and client types. Our financial advisors deliver fiduciary investment advice, always in the best interests of their clients, and we seek to add value above and beyond strictly investment returns.
CAPTRUST for Individuals
We have gleaned insights over the past 30 years acting as a fiduciary and investment advisor to some of the country’s biggest retirement plans that we can apply to your challenges.
Our size provides us with access to best-in-class investment managers that we couple with customized wealth planning services. Our business model means that our financial advisors’ interests are aligned with yours. They have no products to sell and are in a position to offer truly objective advice.
Our mission is to enrich the lives of our clients, colleagues, and communities through sound financial advice, integrity, and a commitment to service beyond expectation.
News & Resources
Stay informed with the latest insights and happenings from CAPTRUST.
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Starting and Growing Your Endowment (Webinar Recording)
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Episode 8: Trends in AI with Blackbaud
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Decoding Decumulation: Empowering Plan Participants (Webinar Recording)
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