Allegheny Financial Group Celebrates 40 Years of Financial Planning

2016 marks Pittsburgh-based financial planning firm’s milestone

PITTSBURGH--()--Allegheny Financial Group, a financial planning and investment management firm, announces the 40th anniversary of its founding in 1976 by James J. Browne, CFP®, and James D. Hohman, CFP®, two men who saw a need in the marketplace to provide objective, comprehensive, and independent advice not tied to specific products. Forty years later, this philosophy remains a key piece of the foundation for Allegheny’s culture and ethics.

Co-founder James J. Browne, CFP®, attributes the firm’s longevity and growth to happy clients. Browne stated, “Our focus is on our clients and meeting their needs, which demands breadth and flexibility on our part. We want clients to know they can ask us any questions about money—not just questions about their investments—and receive serious reflections on the issues.”

Co-founder James D. Hohman, CFP®, agreed, adding, “Supporting our advisors and team members goes hand-in-hand with providing client-focused service. We are committed to providing opportunities for each of our employees to develop his or her skills and to grow professionally, along with providing the resources they need to serve clients in the best manner.”

Allegheny Financial Group recently received the distinction of being named one of the Top Workplaces in Pittsburgh for 2016. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette partnered with Philadelphia-based WorkplaceDynamics, an employee survey firm, to determine the region’s top workplace rankings.

About Allegheny Financial Group

Established in 1976 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Allegheny Financial Group, LTD, is an SEC-registered investment advisory firm that offers clients assistance in every aspect of their financial life, including financial planning, portfolio management, market analysis, risk management, and business and estate planning. The firm’s broker-dealer division, Allegheny Investments, LTD, was founded in 1977, and together the firms have an excess of $3.7 billion in assets under advisement. For more information, go to