After more than 20 years in healthcare, Bill Fairley became a licensed financial advisor in April 2008. He strategically focuses on building face-to-face relationships to better understand clients’ goals while creating long-term investment strategies that emphasize a well-balanced portfolio. While at Edward Jones, Bill was recognized as a finalist for the 2010 Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year award for client services and assets under management growth.
As an independent advisor now Bill serves in a fiduciary capacity for his clients, always putting their interests above his own. He has spoken state-wide for the Texas Society of CPAs Continuing Education Expo, conducted classes for those nearing retirement, served on several non-profit boards including the YWCA, Girl Scouts Investment Committee and Rotary Club of Fort Worth. Bill also served as chair of the Business Assistance Council for Tarrant County College Trinity River campus providing input and direction for the core business curriculum.
Bill has been an active volunteer for Meals on Wheels of Tarrant County for over 24 years. He is an avid reader with a wide range of interests. He is married and the proud owner of an obese Chihuahua that resembles a pot-bellied pig.