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Austin Mills, CFA®

Investment Analyst

B.B.A. (Finance), University of Louisiana at Monroe

Austin is part of Argent Advisors’ investment committee, which manages the Prime allocation models. Austin also works with Dean Mailhes, Mike Jones and Barry Guinn managing the CORE equity portfolio, and with Vaughn Antley and Mike Jones on the Dividend Focus models. Austin has passed Level III CFA® exam.

Austin is a sports lover and a lifelong member of Christ Church West Monroe.

 

 

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