The Fiduciary Group, a prominent wealth management and 401(k) advisory firm based in Savannah, Georgia, has recently welcomed Colin Duvall as their new 401(k) Investment Advisor. With his extensive experience in banking and management, Duvall will provide retirement education and investment guidance to 401(k) plan participants, offer day-to-day plan support, and assist plan sponsors in meeting their ongoing fiduciary duties.
According to Kyle Powers, the Director of 401(k) Advisory Services at The Fiduciary Group, Duvall is a valuable addition to their 401(k) team and will greatly benefit plan sponsors and participants. With his background in banking and management, Duvall understands the importance of consistent communication with plan sponsors and participants to help them achieve their retirement goals.
Before joining The Fiduciary Group, Duvall served as the Financial Center Assistant Manager at Bank of America in Savannah, where he was responsible for leading daily operations at multiple financial centers and managing a team of specialists, bankers, and client service representatives.
Prior to that, Duvall held the position of Quick Service Restaurant (QSR) District Manager at Enmarket Inc. in Savannah. In this role, he oversaw operations across an 11-unit region and supervised more than 100 team members. Additionally, he served as the Manager of Corporate Operations for Domino’s Pizza in the Northern Virginia and Salt Lake City regions, managing over $8 million in sales.
Originally from Fredericksburg, Virginia, Duvall holds a B.S. in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting from Christopher Newport University in Newport News, Virginia.
With Duvall’s strong background in finance, management, and customer service, The Fiduciary Group is confident in his ability to deliver exceptional support and guidance to their clients. As retirement planning becomes increasingly important, having a skilled advisor like Duvall on their team positions The Fiduciary Group to better serve their customers’ needs in achieving their desired retirement outcomes.