About Denise Bump: Financial Planner
Denise is running our financial planning workshop on Wednesday, January 25.
About Denise Bump
Denise Bump is a Financial Advisor and partnerof Bump & Associates, a platinum financial advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. in Washington DC. She has been in her current position since 2002 and has been with Ameriprise Financial since 2000.
As a financial advisor focusing on working with professionals, Denise works with her clients to design a personal financial plan based on their life goals and aligned with their values. This strategy focuses on helping them become more confident about managing their financial objectives. It is designed to provide solutions to both your everyday and long-term financial questions, and is personalized to meet the needs of high net worth individuals and small business owners. As a team, she and her clients continually monitor progress towards financial goals and update their plans based on changes in market conditions and individual situations.
Denise and the Bump & Associates team believe that education is empowerment. They strive to educate their clients to make knowledgeable decisions about their financial life. The clients in their practice have access to the necessary information to help them move toward their financial goals. Bump & Associates also believes in contributing to their community and offering opportunities for their clients to join them in community events.
Bump & Associates was identified by The National Association of Board Certified Advisory Practices (NABCAP) as a “top advisory practice” in the Washington, DC-area list of top advisors as announced in the September 9, 2011 edition of the Washington Business Journal.*
Women’s Information Network, Advisory Board member, Washington, DC
Whitman Walker Clinic LSP, Community Advisory Board member, Washington, DC
The DC Center, Board Member, Washington, DC
William James Foundation, Sustainable Business Contest Judge, Washington, DC
*The NABCAP Premier Advisor (“Program”) research was conducted from April to August 2011. Fewer than three and a half percent of financial advisors in the areareceived the recognition. Advisors were evaluated based on twentycategories, including customer service model, experience, credentials,compliance record and other criteria. A financial advisor’s final ranking maynot represent a particular client experience. The National Association of BoardCertified Advisory Practices, manages the Program, but does not endorselisted financial advisors. Working with this financial advisor is not a guaranteeof future financial success. Investors should conduct their own evaluation of afinancial professional. For details go to:http://nabcap.org/about-methodology.cfm