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Arbor Capital Management Adds Two Advisors to Anchorage Team

Sep 12, 2022 | Finance, Right Moves

Matt Knell and Paul Hurley

Two new Financial Advisors join the team at Arbor Capital Management’s Anchorage headquarters in the Dimond Center.

Matt Knell, a certified financial planner, has more than eighteen years of experience in retirement plan consulting and investment management. Knell earned his bachelor’s degree from Liberty University and his MBA from Indiana Wesleyan University. He serves as a board member for the Alaska Zoo and is an active member of the Anchorage Estate Planning Council.

Paul Hurley joins Arbor Capital with more than nineteen years of banking, investment management, and ERISA plan consulting experience, specializing in Alaska Native corporations. Hurley earned the Accredited Asset Management Specialist designation, which helps him guide clients through complex financial planning conversations. Raised in Bristol Bay, Hurley is passionate about improving financial literacy throughout Alaska and helping Alaska Native organizations support their leadership, staff, and communities.

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In addition to twelve regional corporations, the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) allocated lands and funds to more than 200 village corporations. As with their regional counterparts, the village corporations are mandated to make a profit and use it to benefit their shareholders and villages. It’s no surprise that, among hundreds of corporations, no two have chosen the exact same path to meet that mandate. Below are highlights and updates for a handful of the village and urban corporations.
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