Deborah Adeyanju Joins GRID 202 as Associate Planner and Impact Strategist
WASHINGTON, D.C., August 3, 2020
GRID 202 Adds Deborah Adeyanju, CFA as Associate Planner and Impact Strategist
GRID 202 welcomes Deborah Adeyanju as Associate Planner. Deborah will focus on advising clients, with a particular emphasis on Gen X women and business founders as well as on expanding the firm’s investment research and social impact capabilities.
Prior to joining GRID, Deborah spent more than a decade honing her investment expertise, including managing institutional loan portfolios at leading global financial institutions including Standard & Poor’s, Deutsche Bank, and JPMorgan. More recently, Deborah transitioned to financial and investment writing, holding in-house writer roles with leading Bay Area wealth management and fintech firms. She holds the CFA Institute’s prestigious CFA charterholder designation and is a candidate for the CFP Board’s Certified Financial Planner™ certification. Deborah is a member of the Financial Planning Association and has prepared taxes through the IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program.
“Deborah brings two decades of Wall Street analysis and investment management expertise along with an established career as a financial and investment writer. We're very excited to have her on board. Her complementary expertise and depth of knowledge of financial markets are crucial additions to the team as we continue to expand our institutional presence and geographic coverage.” GRID Founder, Managing Partner, and Chief Investment Officer Keith Beverly noted.
One of fewer than 30 African American advisors in the U.S. who hold both the CFP® and Chartered Financial Analyst® designations, Beverly founded GRID to offer clients objective, conflict-free financial planning, tax planning, and investment management services that align with their values and beliefs, all delivered through a highly customized approach.
About GRID 202
GRID 202 is a registered investment advisory firm founded in Washington, D.C. by Keith Beverly. Rooted in key values Beverly developed while growing up in the nation’s capital, GRID approaches its work with clients with resilience, integrity, excellence and community. GRID serves both individual investors and institutions with a special interest in ensuring client investment assets align with their social and moral values. Individual clients include medical practitioners, attorneys, business owners, corporate executives and professional athletes. Institutional clients include foundations and other organizations. To learn more about GRID visit GRID 202 Partners.