PHOENIX--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Entrust Arizona, led by financial entrepreneur JP Dahdah, is changing its name to Vantage Self-Directed Retirement Plans, effective Jan. 3, 2012.
In less than eight years, Entrust Arizona more than quadrupled in size and now serves more than 6,500 clients while administering over $600 million in retirement assets. The company most recently earned an "Arizona Companies to Watch" award by the Arizona Small Business Association.
The new name, Vantage, relates to the advantageous investing position that tax-favored self-directed IRAs offer investors seeking to diversify beyond the stock market.
“As a testament to our rapid growth and size, we’ve rebranded Entrust Arizona and changed our business name to Vantage while maintaining our core values and focus on providing clients with the most personalized alternative investment transaction experience in our industry,” said JP Dahdah, Vantage CEO.
“The best kept secret of investing is a self-directed retirement plan for building wealth and enjoying investment flexibility. Ultimately, it’s about having a retirement savings tool that empowers you to direct your hard-earned nest egg into assets you actually want and feel comfortable with, and Vantage offers exactly that.”
Vantage provides self-directed retirement plan administration and record-keeping services for individuals and small business owners who wish to include non-traditional assets such as private companies, real estate, precious metals and private lending as part of their diversification strategy.
Vantage is helping to increase financial literacy by offering free weekly workshops to share knowledge that makes alternative asset investing easy to understand.
“If an investor puts their money where they feel comfortable and are most knowledgeable, they will have a higher probability of staying on course to achieve their retirement goals,” Dahdah said. “Time is valuable and money is personal. We make investors aware of and comfortable with the investment choices they truly have while guiding them through the transaction process.”
Vantage provides self-directed retirement plan administration and record-keeping services for individuals and small business owners who wish to include non-traditional assets such as private companies, real estate, precious metals and private lending in their portfolios. The company does not offer any investment products, tax, financial or legal advice. Vantage CEO JP Dahdah is a 14-year financial veteran and was named 2011 Entrepreneur of the Year by the Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. Vantage is located at 20860 N. Tatum Blvd., Suite 240, in Phoenix. For more information call 480-306-8404 or visit VantageIRAs.com.