The JRA system is the product of years of development under current CEO Kathy Moss. In 1995, JRA founder Jim Reynolds was looking to expand and partnered with Moss for her background in systems and practice management. The two formed J. Reynolds Associates with a simple vision: “A better way to manage money.” Unfortunately, Jim Reynolds suffered a stroke in 2002, leaving him unable to return to his previous role just as markets were finding their bottom in the worst three-year cycle since the Great Depression. The management systems Kathy Moss had put in place allowed JRA to shuffle responsibilities and transition smoothly despite Reynolds’s absence.
Although it was an experience JRA wished upon no one, it revealed a new resilience in the team members and moved the firm’s structure to one with greater depth. Today, the strength of their team is still the most common reason referrals say they choose JRA Financial Advisors.
For the past four years, Moss has been honored with the Five Star Wealth Manager recognition from “Twin Cities Business” and “Minneapolis-St.Paul” magazines. She has also been recognized with the Women in Business: Industry Leader distinction by the “Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal.” Even in a volatile market, Kathy Moss is gearing up for her tenth successful year as CEO of JRA, and continues to lead a financial firm which others aim to replicate.
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