Mayflower's founders and advisory team have enjoyed a long history of working together. Listed below are a few highlights from this proud foundation:
2019Dimitriou Named ARA PresidentThe American Retirement Association (ARA) elected Steven Dimitriou as its President. Dimitriou previously served as President of the National Association of Plan Advisors (NAPA).
201750-Year Milestones RecognizedThe practice recognized Lloyd Glazer and Michael Robbins for their respective 50-year milestones of meeting clients’ multi-generational financial management needs.
2016Finegold RetirementThe Mayflower partnership honored Michael Finegold on the occasion of his retirement. Finegold joined the practice in 2005 as a Managing Partner.
201510-Year AnniversaryThe Mayflower team celebrated its 10th anniversary at the Metropolitan Waterworks in Brookline, Massachusetts.
2014Glazer RecognizedFinancial Planning named Larry Glazer “Pro Bono Planner of the Year” and Boston Magazine included Glazer on its “Top Wealth Managers in Boston”1 list.
2012 Jump$tart Coalition of MA FormedLarry Glazer and the Mayflower team spearheaded formation of the Jump$tart Coalition of Massachusetts, the local chapter of a national nonprofit coalition committed to providing students with a solid foundation of financial literacy. Larry Glazer continues to serve as Jump$tart Coalition of Massachusetts’ Chairman of the Board.
2010Second Office OpenedThe practice opened its second office in Westborough, Massachusetts to offer a convenient suburban alternative for clients looking to avoid Boston’s legendary traffic.
2009Dimitriou RecognizedPlanSponsor Magazine named Steven Dimitriou “Retirement Plan Advisor of the Year”2 and The 401kWire ranked Dimitriou among the top-40 “Most Influential Advisors in Defined Contribution”3.
2002Partnership LaunchedLloyd Glazer, Lawrence Glazer and Steven Dimitriou launched the Mayflower practice. The co-founders, who continue to lead the team, worked together at securities brokerage and investment banking firm Advest, Inc.
1In 2014, Financial Planning recognized Larry Glazer as Pro Bono Planner of the Year. Financial Planning Magazine created and conducted the survey for Pro Bono Planner of the Year. The award is presented to a financial advisor who has made a leadership contribution to a nonprofit organization by arranging for the group to receive dedicated professional financial services, including pro bono advice and financial life skills. Among other efforts, Larry was recognized for his founding and role as volunteer Chairman role of the Massachusetts Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy, membership on the Massachusetts State Treasurer’s Financial Literacy Task Force. Financial Planning does not disclose data related to the total candidate pool surveyed for this recognition.
2In 2009, PlanSponsor recognized Steve Dimitriou as Retirement Plan Adviser of the Year. PlanSponsor created and conducted the survey for PlanSponsor Retirement Plan Adviser of the Year. Award nominations are solicited from advisors, their employers, plan sponsors and working partners (investment vendors, pension administrators, accountants, attorneys, etc.) and evaluated by qualitative factors, including input from clients, and quantitative factors that include the ability to impact plan participation, cost savings and service enhancements. PlanSponsor created and conducted the survey for Top 100 Retirement Plan Advisers. Advisers included in PlanAdviser Top 100 are taken from entries for the PlanSponsor Retirement Plan Adviser of the Year awards, with nominees evaluated solely on quantitative factors submitted during the same process, including ability to impact plan participation, cost savings and service enhancements.
3Also in 2009, 401kWire ranked Steven Dimitriou among the top-40 “Most Influential Advisors in Defined Contribution.” 401kWire created and conducted the survey for “Most Influential Advisors in Defined Contribution,” with nominations generated from within the industry and by 401kWire’s editorial staff. The final list of nominees was assessed by analysis of objective criteria and statistics provided by the nominated parties.
Awards and recognitions evaluate neither client experience nor previous investment performance and are not indicative of future performance. No payment of fees was required in exchange for participation with any of the items noted above.