September 1, 2012

Investment Strategies: How to Choose a Money Manager

By the Investment Strategies Committee

If you don’t have the ability or time to manage your own investments, finding a good investment manager is crucial. The Madoff scandal evidences how innocent investors can be hurt by relying on friends’ recommendations in deciding who should manage their money. How to choose a high-quality investment manager was the question posed by Bruce Alan Mann, chair of the Investment Strategies Committee, to Marc Rosenberg, founder and president of Quality Management Consultants (“QMC”). Mr. Rosenberg and his partner, Chartered Financial Analyst Gary Reneau, have advised high-net-worth individuals, family offices, and institutions for over 25 years on how to build a portfolio of fund managers that will perform in both calm and tumultuous times and on how to know when to hire and fire a manager.

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