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The Top Forty Advisors Under Forty
Saturday, December 1, 2012

Princi recalls the difficulties of starting out as a 24-year-old with a limited network, and says that building his business with the first $100 million in assets was probably the most difficult. He made up for his lack of experience by becoming an expert in stock options and incentives, and then worked aggressively to get out in front of executives in the Boston area. "I would know their stock better than they did, and really help analyze it from an outside perspective," Princi says.

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