Integrity Investors, LLC
Integrity Investors, LLC (CRD# 119272) is a financial advisory firm headquartered in Creve Coeur, MO. They manage $19,640,000 in 218 accounts and serve the financial needs of clients across 3 states (or territories).
Total Assets Under Management20MILLION
Total Number of Accounts218ACCOUNTS
Average Account Value$90,092
- A percentage of assets under your management
- Hourly charges
- Fixed fees (other than subscription fees)
- Financial planning services
- Portfolio management for individuals and/or small businesses
IL, MO, TX
Mark Minnella (CRD# 2215742) is an Investment Advisor Representative working at Integrity Investors, LLC in Saint Louis, MO and has over 24 years of experience in the finance industry.
Mark is the founder and President of Integrity Investors, L.L.C., a company established to evalute and design portfolios for discerning individuals, specializing in portfolio strategies that allow individuals to invest with integrity, aligning their investments with their individual values, principles and Biblical Beliefs.
As a co-founder of the National Association of Christian Financial Consultants, Inc. Mark designed the first faith based professional designation program, Christian Financial Consultant and Advisor (CFCA), in the industry. Mark served on the Board of Directors for Timothy Plan Mutual Funds, adding his guidance to the growth of the first Mutual Fund Family to screen for Biblical Values. His extensive background as a pioneer and leader in faith based investment movement brings valuable guidance and discernment to the portfolio management offered through Integrity Investors, LLC. As a host of the “More than Money” radio show, Mark has been the voice of Biblically Responsible Investing on Christian Radio for over 15 years.
Mark began his financial services practice in 1987. Prior to the incorporation of Integrity Investors, Mark and two partners established a successful investment and financial planning practice for 15 years. As his older partners approached retirement Mark felt it best to establish a new identity that more accurately represented his belief in Biblically Based Investment concepts.