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Doug Stewart Named to Barron’s Top 1000 U.S. Wealth Managers; #7 In State of Virginia

Stewart honored for exceptional professionalism, client and community service

RICHMOND, VA (March 15, 2011) – Barron’s magazine recently named Fredericksburg’s Douglas G. Stewart as one of 2011’s top 1,000 financial advisors in the United States. Stewart, a managing director with Cary Street Partners, has been ranked 7th on the state-by-state list of top advisors. This award is given every year to acknowledge advisors who have demonstrated not only exceptional professionalism but also outstanding client service and community involvement.

Barron’s is owned by Dow Jones & Company and is considered America’s premier financial magazine. Barron’s annual America’s Top 1,000 Advisors: State-By-Staterankings are based on, among other factors; assets under management, revenue created for their firms, the quality of their practices and the absence of regulatory violations. Investment performance is not an explicit criterion and the rankings are not indicative of future performance.

This is the second year Stewart has been recognized by Barron’s, and the fifth time he has received national or state recognition. In 1999, he was acknowledged byRegistered Representative magazine as one of the Top 10 Brokers in the country. In 2005 and 2006, Virginia Business Magazine recognized Stewart’s inclusion in R. J. Shook’s book, The Winner’s Circle, as one of the Top 5 Financial Advisors in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Cary Street Partners’ Chairman and Founding Partner, Mark Gambill said, “For Doug to be honored as one of the country’s top financial advisors for the second year in a row is a testament to the exceptional work and service he provides to his clients and community, every day.” Stewart works from the Fredericksburg, Virginia office of Cary Street Partners. His former firm,

Stewart Wealth Management Group, merged with Cary Street Partners in June of 2007. He is a 1983 graduate of Virginia Tech’s School of Business.

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