Vance Syphers

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Vance Syphers
Born (1944-12-11) December 11, 1944 (age 70)
Occupation President, Wealth Preservation Group, LLC
Spouse(s) Donna Syphers
Wealth Preservation Group, LLC

Vance Syphers (born December 11, 1944) is the President of Wealth Preservation Group, LLC. Syphers is also a founding member of Capital Preservation Group, LLC, an alliance of American independent financial advisory firms, attorneys and CPAs[specify] who work with high-net-worth clients. He has also written for a number of publications.[1]

Film producer[edit]

Vance Syphers is the Executive Producer [1] on two films produced by Grizzly Adams Productions [2], Fabric of Time [3] and The Case for Christ's Resurrection [4].

Published work[edit]

Vance Syphers has been published in numerous medical journals, including Dermatology Times,[2] General Surgery News and Urology Times,[3] and spoken to physician groups throughout the Southeast and Midwest. Recently, he addressed the National Association of Independent Physicians (TIPAAA) Annual Conference in Chicago.

Wealth Preservation Group, LLC[edit]

Currently Wealth Preservation Group (WPG), a Registered Investment Advisor, is contracted with Physician Organizations in North Carolina representing over 5,000 physicians. In this capacity, WPG addresses physician meetings educating doctors on how to accomplish complete asset protection, survive the malpractice crisis, and achieve more tax efficiency in their practices.

Additional Business Ventures[edit]

In addition to his role as President of WPG, Syphers is also the founder and Managing Director of Quantum Capital, LLC. Quantum Capital, LLC is a Broker Dealer that specializes in identifying and structuring sophisticated alternative investment vehicles for high-net-worth and high-income clients.


  1. ^ "Physicians Practice Article.". Physicians Practice. May 2007. Retrieved 2009-03-03. 
  2. ^ "Ways to Shield your practice From Emerging Malpractice ‘Crisis’.". Dermatology Times. June 1, 2005. Retrieved 2009-03-03. 
  3. ^ "You can lose Personal Assets in a Lawsuit". Urology Times. March 1, 2006. Retrieved 2009-03-05. 

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