50 South Steele Street
Denver, CO 80209
Like many start-up businesses, Infinium Investment Advisors was born out of two driving forces:
to build a better mouse trap to deliver personal financial services, and to fix the problems
prevalent in the industry today.
In 2008, founder Mark Starosciak had spent a decade with Merrill Lynch as a financial advisor to dozens of families. A little thing called the Great Recession came along and brought down Wall Street giants such as Bear Sterns, Lehmann Brothers, and Merrill Lynch (until Bank of America saved them).
Although the large Wall Street firms had years of history and success behind them, their purpose had slowly been lost to the endless pursuit of fees and bottom-line financial results. The legacy of "Firm first, client second," that got those stalwarts into trouble still exists. The recent examples of Wells Fargo, Morgan Stanley, and others remind us that there is plenty of room for objective and unbiased financial advice in a sea of just the opposite.
We invite you to learn more about us and our mission to deliver valuable, low-cost financial advice to Technology investors, executives & entrepreneurs.
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Masters of Business Administration - Business
Bachelor of Arts - Liberal Arts
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