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Oct. 2 - The Fiduciary Group’s Scott McGhie Named to Georgia Trend’s 40 Under 40 Class of 2019

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Savannah Business Journal Staff Report

October 2, 2019 - Accomplished investment manager Scott McGhie,Director of Portfolio Management with The Fiduciary Group, was recently named to Georgia Trend magazine’s 2019 40 Under 40 class for his professional and philanthropic contributions to the Savannah community and the state of Georgia.

A recognition of the state’s best and brightest, Georgia Trend’s 40 Under 40 list honors those who are making Georgia a great place to live and work. McGhie and the rest of Georgia Trend’s 22nd annual class of honorees are currently featured in the October 2019 issue of Georgia Trend and will be recognized later this month at a special event held at the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta. McGhie is one of only two Savannah professionals featured in the 40 Under 40 issue for 2019.

“For Scott McGhie, helping families manage their wealth and develop transition plans is a calling as much as it is a career,” the article explains. “McGhie is equally passionate about his involvement at the Savannah Classical Academy (SCA), a K-12 public charter school authorized by Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools.” 

McGhie, 38, joined The Fiduciary Group in 2008 as a research analyst and trader and was quickly promoted to director of the firm’s investment research team and lead manager of the firm’s high net-worth clientele investment portfolios. A Certified Public Accountant and Chartered Financial Analyst®, McGhie helps manage more than $1 billion in investment and retirement plan assets.

An active community volunteer, McGhie has served on the board of directors for the Savannah Jewish Educational Alliance since 2016 and the Savannah Classical Academy since 2017. His leadership as the current board chair and former treasurer guided Savannah Classical Academy, a Title I public charter school, through a probationary period and enrollment freeze to become one of the top elementary schools and the leading middle school in Chatham County.

“We’re delighted that Georgia Trend has recognized Scott as one of Georgia’s rising stars,” said Malcolm Butler, president of The Fiduciary Group. “He is deeply committed to helping Savannah’s citizens in his professional career as well as in his volunteer work. I look forward to seeing what Scott accomplishes in the future and know he will continue to make a positive impact on our state and the Savannah community for many years to come.”

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