Forbes honors Lumberton native


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LUMBERTON — Justin Moore, a former Lumberton resident and North Carolina A&T alumnus, has been honored as one of the top 500 young wealth advisors in the nation, according to Forbes Magazine.

Advisors considered for Forbes/SHOOK’s “America’s Top Next-Generation Wealth Advisors” list were born in 1980 or later and have a minimum of four years of relevant experience. They have built their own practices and lead their teams, joined teams and are viewed as future leaders, or a combination of both. In addition, participants are interviewed and measured based on set criteria. During the phone interview, Moore was questioned on his experiences, client onboarding process, best practices and how his business is run daily.

Moore said that he found out three months later via phone that he was being recognized.

“I am honored to be recognized by Forbes as a top advisor in the industry nationwide. It motivates me to continue to innovate and genuinely connect with and serve every single client with excellence,” Moore said.

Moore earned a master’s degree in Accounting from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He is currently a partner and senior financial advisor at Merrill Lynch in Greensboro.

“I strive daily to uphold the highest standards of service and keep clients’ interest above all else,” Moore said.

He is the son of Rhonda Moore Thompson, a former counselor at Lumberton High School, and the late Jimmy Moore, a longtime court counselor in the Robeson County Court System.

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