Barry Kimbrough (FS ’18)

JECohen Wealth and Investment Management Firm Announces Four New, Top-Tier Financial Advisors

New Orleans, LA – JECohen, a New Orleans-based registered wealth and investment management firm that empowers people, institutions and communities with transformative investments, continues to expand its roster of top-tier professionals with the addition of new financial advisors.

“We are thrilled to welcome exceptional financial advisors to our growing team,” said Jarrett Cohen, CEO and Chief Investment Officer at JECohen. “At JECohen, we are focused on diversifying the wealth management space and building a team of professionals with varied backgrounds and experiences. Each of these new advisors will undoubtedly enhance our ability to provide tailored solutions and better support our clients.”

Barry Kimbrough, FINRA Series 65, brings a wealth of experience to JECohen and his clients, drawing from an extensive background in commercial real estate, financial analysis and securities licensing to practice as a financial advisor.

Barry offers clients a unique perspective and valuable insights into investment strategies and wealth management. Above all else, he prioritizes building trust with his clients and being a reliable resource to them as they pursue financial success and security. Barry earned his Bachelor of Science in Finance from the University of Houston.

“We are committed to attracting top talent to JECohen as we continue to expand our reach and deepen our expertise. These additions underscore our ongoing commitment to excellence, reinforcing our position as a trusted partner for our clients,” added Cohen.

JECohen was founded in 2015 by Jarrett E. Cohen; the company now manages $60 million in assets as of April 30, 2024, and has continued to grow its client base. While JECohen proudly serves a diverse base and has garnered a reputation for providing financial and investment advice that is both sound and altruistic.

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