Why International Diversification Still Matters

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    With the U.S. Stock market at an all-time high, international diversification is more important than ever. This webinar will look at the strategies and vehicles for international investing.

    Webinar Speakers
    1. Ruth Konigsberg

      Managing Editor, Investopedia
      New York, NY
      Ruth Konigsberg is Managing Editor of Investopedia. Formerly she was a retirement columnist for Money and the director of Content and Communications at Arden Asset Management.
    2. Rennie McConnochie

      Head of Global Banks, Aberdeen Asset Management
      Rennie is currently Head of the Global Banks channel within distribution at Aberdeen, and is also Country Head of Switzerland, working between our Zurich and New York offices. Rennie joined Aberdeen Asset Management in February 2013 in New York as a Senior Business Development Manager working in the Closed End Fund area. With 30 years experience in the investment industry, Rennie was previously responsible for the European Equity business and, later, for investment research in Europe for Merrill Lynch. He then became CEO of Bridgewell PLC, an investment bank in London, and before joining Aberdeen, he was a partner at RP Capital, and investment advisory company specializing in emerging markets.
    3. Milton Ezrati

      Economist & Market Strategist
      Milton Ezrati is a prominent economist and author who has worked in the financial services industry for decades and currently serves as chief economist of Vested. He is a contributing editor to The National Interest, a magazine that covers international affairs, and the author of two books: Kawari, which predicted Japan would evolve from an export-oriented economy to one that provides services, and Thirty Tomorrows: The Next Three Decades of Globalization, Demographics, and How We Will Live, which examines the impact that an aging population has on the world’s most developed economies. He frequently contributes to and is quoted in a variety of financial publications, including CNBC Fox Business, Bloomberg, BNN, The Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones, and Reuters.
    4. Louis Kokernak

      Financial Advisor, Haven Financial Advisors
      Louis Kokernak has been serving the investment community for nearly 30 years, after obtaining an MBA from The University of Texas. He founded Haven Financial Advisors as a fee only advisor in 2002. His goal was to deliver unbiased advice to clients. He has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Barrons, Bloomberg News among many other media outlets. Lou has taught courses to CFP candidates at The University of Texas, St. Edwards Univerisity, and the University of Texas at San Antonio.
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