William H. Braddy III
William H. Braddy III

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William H. Braddy III joins Kraft Asset Management, LLC

Published 7:57pm Tuesday, February 4, 2014


NASHVILLE, Tenn. – William H. Braddy III, CFP®, has joined Nashville-based Kraft Asset Management, LLC (KAM) as a senior manager/wealth advisor.

Braddy, the son of Billy and Caroline Braddy, is a Beaufort County native.

Braddy comes to KAM with extensive experience in wealth management for high-net-worth individuals and families. He was most recently a senior vice president and private client advisor with U.S. Trust/Bank of America in Nashville where he oversaw all private banking activities in Tennessee.

“We are thrilled to have William coming on board with us because his experience and expertise will be an asset to our team and our clients,” said Stephen High, CPA, JD, PFS, and chief manager of KAM.

KAM, an affiliate of KraftCPAs PLLC, is a wealth management firm focused on helping clients create and implement appropriate investment strategies based on their individual risk tolerance, financial objectives, investment time horizon and need for income.

In his new role, Braddy will be responsible for wealth management and the design and implementation of personalized investment strategies for clients and their families.

“I’ve always admired and respected the outstanding reputation of Kraft and its affiliates,” Braddy said. “I am delighted to be a part of the Kraft team.”

Braddy is alumnus of Campbell University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) with a focus in finance and trust. Upon graduation, he attended the College for Financial Planning and earned the credential of Certified Financial Planner (CFP®). Braddy also holds a Series 66 securities license.

Nashville-based Kraft Asset Management, LLC, is a registered investment advisory firm affiliated with KraftCPAs PLLC. The firm provides wealth management planning services to individuals, families, businesses, trusts, partnerships, not-for-profit organizations and retirement plans. Visit www.kraftasset.com or contact Stephen High at 615-782-4286 for more information.


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