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Schott Honored with ArchCare Community Service Award

During last month’s ArchCare Gala at Gotham Hall in New York City, CAPTRUST’s Stephen Schott was honored for his work with—and service to—archdioceses, in general, and ArchCare, specifically.

Schott received the award from His Eminence Timothy Michael Cardinal Dolan, Archbishop of New York, at a gala that raised $1.5 million for ArchCare. In his acceptance speech, Schott shared with the audience how grateful he is to have received this honor: 

“I am thankful to have the responsibility and privilege of serving and advising to investment programs for more than 100,000 active and retired Catholic priests and lay employees—as well as some of the largest Catholic foundations and missions around the country.”

Being recognized by ArchCare is the latest accolade Schott has received in 2018. He was also recognized as #5 in the Barron’s Top 50 Institutional Consultants for 2018.

At CAPTRUST, Schott is a principal and director of institutional religious retirement and foundation services, and he began his financial services career in 1984. Schott currently advises to endowments, foundations, retirement plans, captive insurance plans, Taft-Hartley plans, and public pensions.

Photo courtesy of ArchCare
Photo Credit: Matthew Adam Photography


CAPTRUST Financial Advisors is an independent investment research and fee-based advisory firm specializing in providing investment advisory services to retirement plan fiduciaries, endowments and foundations, executives, and high-net-worth individuals. Headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina, the firm represents more than $278 billion in client assets with 38 offices located across the U.S.



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