Matson Money hosts celebration saluting new Scottsdale location

From left are Mark Matson, CEO w/ his wife Melissa Matson, Daniel M. Wheeler, Board of Advisors member for Matson Money, Mayor Jim Lane. (Submitted photo)

Pictured above include Mark Matson and his wife Melissa Matson; Daniel M. Wheeler, board of advisors member for Matson Money; and Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane. (Submitted photo)

Matson Money, a registered investment advisory firm, held a grand opening ceremony for its new headquarters in Scottsdale Friday, Oct. 14.

The grand opening featured a ribbon cutting ceremony, tours of the new facility and a VIP reception that included guest appearances from Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane and Vice Mayor Kathy Littlefield.

The new 50,000-square-foot space, at 18760 N. Pima Road, will be named “Matson Money West” and is designed to create an investing destination for financial advisers, clients and guests to share the amazing power of capitalism, free markets and structured investing.

The new location will include two pieces of the Berlin Wall, which symbolize capitalism, and will also feature a Free Market Museum for investors to visit and admire.

The new office’s grand opening comes nearly two years after Mark Matson, CEO of Matson Money, initially moved the company, along with 20 employees and their families, to the Scottsdale area from Mason, Ohio.

The company has already hired 10 new local employees and plans to aggressively add to its headcount over the next few years.

“We’re thrilled to have been embraced by the city of Scottsdale and the entire state of Arizona,” Mr. Matson said in a prepared statement.

“We’re confident this building will offer us the space necessary to teach our adviser clients to become true coaches for investing consumers.  At the end of the day, we all have only one retirement to prepare for and live, and I am here to help us each achieve the best one possible.”

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