A couple of years ago Kris Allison was running Burnham Benefits Insurance Services, a well established employee benefits brokerage that offered a respectable level of financial services. Darin Gibson was managing a rising financial services firm with a decent book of benefits business. Today their companies, now Burnham Benefits and Burnham Gibson Financial Group, are a united team with one-stop shopping for their growing client base in Irvine, Calif., and satellite offices across the U.S.

“The partnership between Burnham Benefits and Burnham Gibson allows clients to look at their total compensation portfolio,” says Allison, president and owner of Burnham Benefits. “Instead of getting just a piece of the puzzle from one adviser, clients are able to review their compensation in full — from their benefits plan, to pension, 401(k) and any deficiencies in their retirement plan and executive benefits. Clients receive a holistic assessment of their compensation all under one roof.”

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