Wye Financial and Trust welcomes Chris ParksPhoto Caption: Christopher Parks, Wye Financial & Trust LPL Financial Advisor

Wye Financial & Trust, a division of Shore United Bank and a member of Shore Bancshares community of companies, is pleased to announce that Christopher Parks has joined the company as a LPL Financial Advisor. Mr. Parks will be responsible for delivering comprehensive strategies to help clients work towards their long-term financial goals.

Mr. Parks holds a Series 7 and 65 Securities License held through LPL Financial and a Maryland Life and Health insurance license. Mr. Parks is a Graduate of Salisbury University and holds a bachelor’s degree in Applied Mathematics. Prior to joining Wye Financial & Trust, Mr. Parks helped clients with retirement planning, investment and annuity strategies and small business management. 

“Chris is a wonderful addition to our financial services team. He brings a strong foundation of experience that will benefit our clients,” said Wye Financial & Trust Manager, Talli Oxnam.

“I look forward to helping our clients work towards their financial goals. I am excited to be part of a company that not only cares about its clients but also the community in which it serves,” said Mr. Parks who resides in Chestertown with his fiancée, Amanda. Mr. Parks is an active member of Easton Rotary Club and a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Chestertown.

Securities offered through LPL Financial, member FINRA/SIPC. Insurance products offered through LPL Financial or its licensed affiliates. The investment products sold through LPL Financial are not insured Shore United Bank deposits and are not FDIC insured. Shore United Bank and Wye Financial and Trust are not registered broker/dealers and are not affiliated with LPL Financial. These products are not obligations of Shore United Bank and are not endorsed, recommended, or guaranteed by Shore United Bank or any government agency. The value of the investment may fluctuate, the return on the investment is not guaranteed, and loss of principal is possible.