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Atkinson Daley Group - Marathon

In our many years of advising Marathon’s employees we have developed an acute understanding of the intricacies of Marathon’s pension plans. Our team of advisors leverages this deep experience to help employees define and reach their retirement goals.

We strive to ensure our clients’ peace of mind at having a continuous stream of income during retirement. We achieve this by leaving no stone unturned in analyzing all of the retirement and incentive plans offered by Marathon and by working diligently to understand each client’s unique needs when creating a successful strategy to meet the challenges faced in today’s retirement environment.

The Atkinson Daley Group also works with BP and Shell employees.


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Andrew Atkinson


Upon graduating from The University of Texas in 2003, Andrew immediately began his career as a Financial Advisor. Originally hired to A.G. Edwards, he valued his need for higher education within the industry and consequently earned the CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ certification in 2006 as well as the Certified Retirement Management Advisor® designation in 2019.

Away from the office, Andrew spends much of his free time with his wife of 10 years and his three daughters. In addition to spending quality time with his family, Andrew enjoys the outdoors and playing golf.


Alison Daley

Financial Advisor, CFP®

Alison joined Baird in 2006 upon graduation from Bradley University and has been at the firm ever since. She is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ and will begin working on her Masters of Financial Planning in the next year.

Away from the office, Alison spends most of her free time exercising, traveling, spending time with family and keeping up with current events.

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