What does Twenty Two stand for?
Twenty Two Wealth Management was born on December 10, 1963. My birthday. Twenty Two was my favorite number. It’s the jersey number I wore for every sport I played – Football, Hockey, Baseball – I was number 22. Twenty Two became more than just a number. It became me… a Polish kid from the south-side of Chicago that grew up in a great neighborhood in a great family. As I got older it became about my values. My work ethic. My relentless desire to be the best at what I do. Today, Twenty Two stands for our firm, our culture, our employees, and above all doing the best job at taking care of our clients. Twenty Two used to stand for Me… Now it’s stands for US! Join us in our journey forward… we promise you won’t be the same!Welcome Video
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