Jay Jumper left the former American National Bank (now Truist) more than two decades ago to start his own company based, in part, on the experience of his mother.
As a retiree from the Hamilton County school system with about $54,000 in her retirement account, Jumper’s mom was unable to get the investment help that other investors or retirees with more money were getting.
“There was nobody there to help treat her with an institutional money manager solution,” Jumper said. “They were there to sell a product.”
Jumper launched ProNVest in Chattanooga in 2000 to provide an array of retirement