Bloomington-Based Loren Sndyer Honored by On Wall Street and United Way
A Bloomington-based Hilliard Lyons Wealth Advisor received two honors in January – one for professional excellence and the other for humanitarian efforts. Loren Snyder was named to On Wall Street’s “Top 40 under 40” advisors and named as one of “100 Heroes” by the United Way of Central Indiana.
“Loren is highly intelligent and well-versed in all aspects of wealth management, from complex strategies for high-net-worth investors to helping young families begin saving for future college expenses,” said Senior Vice President and Branch Manager Jeff Main. “I am so pleased he is being recognized for both his professional accomplishments and his personal characteristics of leadership and service to the community.”
- Industry recognition: Snyder is recognized as one of the “Top 40 Advisors Under 40” by On Wall Street magazine. According to the national trade magazine, the advisors on the list “share a common dedication to serving their clients, an intense focus on honing their skills, and a conservative approach to investing.” This recognition is extended to those who are considered high-producing employee advisors in wealth management with rankings determined by production totals. Community involvement: In addition to professional recognition, Snyder’s community involvement attracted the attention of United Way of Central Indiana. The organization is celebrating its centennial year and recognizing “100 Heroes” to commemorate years of service in Central Indiana. Snyder is an active part of his community and has created a giving society to encourage other young professionals to start making a lasting impact. He and 99 other heroes were chosen by a nine-member volunteer committee. The United Way is releasing names and stories throughout the month here.
- Education and work experience: Snyder attended Butler University, where he majored in finance, enjoyed his time as class president, and ran competitively for Butler’s Cross Country team. Upon graduation, Snyder became a wealth advisor and served various organizations including the Johnson County Community Foundation and the Bloomington Hospital Foundation. He also served as an At Large Johnson County Councilor. Snyder’s approach to wealth management and community service stem from his youth. His parents motivated his involvement in community service, and the importance of serving others was engrained early on.
“Loren has a passion for the communities where he lives and works,” continued Main. “He backs that passion up by generously contributing his time, talent, and resources.”
Snyder lives in Central Indiana with his wife, Morgan. He continues his philanthropic lifestyle as a third-generation Rotarian, where he brings together business and professional leaders to provide humanitarian service to the community.