CRYSTAL LANCE, LPL FINANCIAL ADVISOR
Crystal is an alumni of Chester High School. After high school she attended Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Business Economics and Finance. Crystal has over 18 years of experience in the financial industry, spanning every aspect of consumer finance and some business finance. Crystal has earned a reputation of providing sound advice and service to her clients. Honesty and integrity are her core principles in conducting business. She has a strong passion for giving back which is what has brought her back to her hometown community.
As an LPL Financial Advisor, Crystal’s passion is helping her clients work towards their financial goals. Crystal likes her clients to feel at ease by educating and empowering them to make strategic financial decisions. In addition to her position with LPL Financial, Crystal is also an employee of Buena Vista National Bank, allowing her to take on the role of a fiduciary and do what is in the best interest of her clients. If you are looking for an open, friendly conversation with an advisor who will always be working for your best interest, we invite you to give Crystal a call. To schedule an appointment, please call (618) 826-2331 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
BUENA VISTA INVESTMENT SERVICES
- Investment Products and Services
- Investment Consulting & Education Services
- Financial Planning
- Insurance Products and Services
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Buena Vista National Bank, Buena Vista Investment Services are not registered broker-dealers nor are they affiliated with LPL Financial.
The investment products sold through LPL Financial are not insured Buena Vista National Bank deposits and are not FDIC/NCUA insured. These products are not obligations of the Buena Vista National Bank and are not endorsed, recommended or guaranteed by Buena Vista National Bank or any government agency. The value of investment may fluctuate, the return investment is not guaranteed, and loss of principal is possible.