Ken Clark

  • • Co-managed over $100 million in retirement accounts
  • • Author of “The Complete Idiot's Guide to Getting Out of Debt”
  • • Regularly lectures employees from Fortune 500 companies

Experience

Ken Clark has been fascinated with finances and investing ever since he was a child when his father, a veteran stockbroker, walked him around the office for the first time. 

At Pepperdine University, Ken studied Business Management and Accounting while simultaneously enrolling in the CFP Certificate Program through Colorado's College for Financial Planning. During college, Ken interned first at UBS PaineWebber, learning the art of multi-generation wealth planning. Following his time there, Ken interned at Dimensional Funds researching Pacific Rim companies.

Education

Ken studied Business Management and Accounting at Pepperdine University, while simultaneously enrolled in the CFP Certificate Program through Colorado's College for Financial Planning.

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