Mission Wealth was honored this week by the Pacific Coast Business Times as one of the 2020 Top 50 Fastest Growing Companies in the Tri-County area.
This year, Mission Wealth was once again ranked #37 on the Business Time’s list. The 2020 PCBT Fastest Growing Companies list is a special section that highlights the year’s fastest growth superstars, featuring both public and private companies in the Tri-Counties.
Every year the weekly business journal compiles and announces this prestigious accolade to honor the top companies with a strong presence within its readership areas of Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties. Selection is determined by the publication’s editorial staff and is based on a variety of information, including annual revenue for the past three years, company growth and noteworthy performance data along with significant news or distinguishing events from the past year.
“Our company’s growth is a byproduct of our deep caring for our clients and our commitment to always do what is right. It is our mission to serve as many clients as we can to provide them the level of guidance and service they deserve." said Seth Streeter, founder and chief executive officer of Mission Wealth. "This ongoing growth mindset also provides our team with career advancement opportunities.”
For 20 years, Mission Wealth has offered holistic wealth management to high net worth families across the United States. Since 2000, our mission has been to provide caring advice that empowers families to achieve their dreams. Mission Wealth has been acting as a fiduciary since our firm’s inception, always putting our client’s best interests first. We are proud to have received industry recognition and prestigious awards. Learn more by visiting our Awards & Rankings page.
About Pacific Coast Business Times
Pacific Coast Business Times is the weekly business journal for Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties. A locally owned company with offices in downtown Santa Barbara, the publication is delivered to subscribers each Friday and is also available at local bookstores. For more information, visit pacbiztimes.com.