Summit Business Media announced today the expansion of its Advanced Markets AdvisorFX panel, an online source for practice-building and client-management tools serving financial advisors and insurance professionals.

The editorial advisory panel will include members of the wealth management team from San Diego-based Thomas Jefferson Law School. The team is led by associate dean Professor William H. Byrnes, a former Coopers & Lybrand expert in international law. 

Other new additions include: Robert Bloink, former senior attorney in the IRS Office of Chief Counsel; George Mentz, who has acted as a senior financial planner and wealth manager for an international Wall Street firm; Don Goode, former partner of Potomac West and insurance professional; Mike Rodman, founder of Advanced Planning Services and Robert Stuchiner, who has acted as vice president for the AIG Affluent Markets Group, managing marketing and strategy.

Advanced Markets AdvisorFX’s menu includes: The Advanced Underwriter Service, The Advanced Sales and Reference Service, Advisory FYI and Advisor’s journal, among others. 

Summit Business Media filed for Chapter 11 earlier this year, and is hoping to emerge in the spring. Summit Business Media president Andrew Goodenough said, “We believe that Summit is well-positioned to take advantage of economic growth coming out of this unusually deep downturn as the industries we serve rebound.”


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