What We Do

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What We Do

Our Wealth Advisors make the complexities of managing financial success simple, yet impactful for clients. At Sunflower Bank Wealth Management, our primary focus is to understand your goals and objectives and build a personalized strategy to help meet those goals. We commit to providing you with a comprehensive review of your financial situation and an overall investment plan aimed at increasing the likelihood of successfully achieving long-term plans.

Manage Your Financial Success With Confidence.

Whether you’re interested in retirement planning, business transition, estate planning, or philanthropy, we offer personalized service and customized asset management to serve your needs. With Sunflower Bank Wealth Management, you can discover the clear advantage of a local relationship and a team of experts working for you, your family, and your business.
 
We’re here to translate your financial success into peace of mind, bringing clarity and confidence to your financial future. Our approach is consultative. We begin by listening to you and understanding your financial goals. As time goes on, those goals may change, or need to be adjusted. We put your interests first, offering conflict-free advice, proven investment principles, and cost-effective solutions.
 
At Sunflower Bank Wealth Management, our approach to investing your assets builds on a proven, centralized process that gains strength from our entire team. We incorporate input and expertise from our Investment Committee, Research Team, and Wealth Advisors. Then, we review your portfolio with an eye toward global market outlook, your risk tolerance and capacity, and liquidity goals.
 
Everyone at Sunflower Bank Wealth Management is dedicated to earning your trust, understanding your goals, and drawing on our resources and capabilities to deliver the best possible solutions for you.

Investment and insurance products are not FDIC-insured, are not a deposit or other obligation of, or guaranteed by the bank or an affiliate of the bank, are not insured by any federal government agency and are subject to investment risks, including possible loss of the principal amount invested.​