An Introduction to Ronald Blue Trust

An Introduction to Blue Trust

The following was taken from the summer edition of Blue Trust’s quarterly newsletter, Wisdom for Wealth. For Life.

Over the last several months the Blue & Co. team has been working diligently to make the transition to a trust company structure. We are pleased to announce that as of August 1 we are officially Blue Trust.

Thank you for your support in helping our transition to Blue Trust become a reality. We could not have done it without you! We are looking forward to the next chapter in our firm’s rich history. We are especially excited for our advisors to expand their customized offerings through added services and solutions.

We feel this new structure offers a truly unique offering as a nationwide trust company providing wealth management strategies and trust services based on biblical principles to help you make wise financial decisions, live generously, and leave a lasting legacy. Ultimately we want to walk through each season of life with you as a trusted advisor who helps you to have clarity and confidence around your finances so that you can focus on the things that matter most to you.

We are excited about this new opportunity and our ability to continue serving you with excellence. We fully expect to ensure a solid foundation as a trusted financial services institution for generations to come. Thank you for the trust you place in us and for being a part of the Blue Trust family!

Russ Crosson
Executive Vice Chairman and EVP

At Blue Trust, we are looking forward to serving our clients better with expanded services as a nationwide trust company. If you would like more information on our financial, estate, and new trust services, please contact a Blue Trust advisor by calling 800.987.2987 or emailing

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