Coburn & Meredith, Inc.

(800) 821-6665
info@coburnfinancial.com

The financial professionals at Coburn & Meredith, Inc. serve as unbiased, client-focused advisors in helping you meet your financial and investment goals. Guided by our conservative, pro-active business philosophy, our relationship-based approach enables us to provide you with the advice, products, and services you can count on from people you can trust.

Coburn & Meredith was founded in 1934 with the singular purpose of representing individuals and institutions in the capital markets. As the financial markets have grown increasingly global and complex, we have not strayed from that guiding principal. Our experience, stability and commitment to clients remain a cornerstone of our history and provide the foundation for our enviable reputation as a client-focused investment boutique today.

In order to provide our clients with the highest quality of investment services and custodianship of client assets we utilize First Clearing, an affiliate of Wells Fargo & Company, one of the leading international investment banking and securities firms in the world. This correspondent relationship, along with our people, form the foundation from which Coburn & Meredith seeks to provide strength, service, stability, and protection of our clients' assets.

As a full service investment firm, Coburn and Meredith offers a highly personalized approach to the specific needs of our clients. Our financial professionals are able to act as unbiased advisors, implementing sound investment strategies, and selecting from a comprehensive menu of "state of the art" products and services. This relationship-based approach allows us to provide the advice you can count on from people you can trust.

Coburn & Meredith is a member of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and the Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC).

Client assets are protected by SIPC. Congress created SIPC in 1970 to protect clients against the custodian risk of a member investment firm becoming insolvent by replacing missing securities and cash up to $500,000, including up to $250,000 in cash, per client in accordance with SIPC rules. SIPC does not protect against losses from the rise and fall in the market value of investments. See www.sipc.org for further information about SIPC.