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As the political landscape continues to impact various sectors of the market, advisors are shifting allocations to lower overall portfolio risk. Diversification has never been more important given the uncertain geopolitical environment. Join us for this in-depth discussion that will cover:
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Maxwell Gold has more than a decade of experience in the investment and wealth management industry. Maxwell joined ETF Securities, a leading global ETF provider, to oversee US Investment strategy and research for their growing US business.
Previously, Maxwell served as Investment Strategist with the Chief Investment Office at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. There he provided thought leadership research and investment insights for advisors and high net worth clients. Prior to that, Maxwell worked with the Investment Research team at the World Gold Council where he was producing industry leading investment research, whitepapers, and publications on the market and gold’s role in investment and portfolio allocation. Following that position, he worked at JP Morgan Private Bank on the Global Portfolio Construction team who oversaw the investment strategy and portfolio construction of over $200 billion in client assets.
Maxwell holds a Master of Science in Finance from the William E. Simon Graduate School of Business and a B.A. degree in Economics from the University of Rochester. He holds the series 7 and 66 registrations.
Stan Kiang is Director, Strategic Partnerships for ETF Securities. Kiang is focused on maintaining and expanding partnership opportunities with National Account platforms and asset managers.
Prior to joining ETF Securities in 2015, Kiang spent nearly thirteen years at BlackRock in a variety of functions spanning corporate development and strategy, portfolio management and sales. As a portfolio manager, Kiang was a member of BlackRock’s Institutional Index Equity team focused on managing commodity future and emerging market equity based products. As a member of the iShares Institutional Sales team, Kiang was tasked with managing relationships with RIAs, asset managers and ETF Strategists for the firm. Prior to joining BlackRock, Kiang spent a number of years in equity research at JP Morgan Securities, serving in a consulting role at FactSet Research Systems, as well as Investment Banking at Bank of America Securities.
Kiang holds a B.A. degree in Economics from St. Mary’s College and holds the series 7 and 63 registrations.
|Title: Macroeconomic Effects on Commodity Investing|
|Date: Thursday, February 2, 2017|
|Time: 2:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time|
|Duration: 1 hour|