Keele Management School Annual Distinguished Lecture

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Posted on 24 November 2011
Wealth Management in an Era Of Ongoing Financial Crises"

An American financial expert, Mark Hill, Managing Director of Pacific Wealth Management, will deliver Keele Management School’s Distinguished Lecture on Friday, 9 December at 4.30pm.

The lecture, "Wealth Management in an Era Of Ongoing Financial Crises" - delivered by a veteran of the financial services industry in the United States - will address the challenges faced by today's wealth managers in an environment characterised by debt-burdened nations and individuals, anaemic economic growth and undermined by widespread public distrust and anger towards financial institutions as a result of acknowledged social inequities and well-publicized fraudulent practices within the industry.

Mark Hill has been an active member of the US investment community for many years, serving as a board member of the San Diego Financial Planning Association, Treasurer of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals and President of the Collaborative Family Law Group of San Diego. Mark is a widely-recognised speaker on the financial aspects of divorce and a Regional Director of the Institute of Divorce Financial Analysts. He began his career in the financial services industry as a financial consultant with stock brokers E.F. Hutton. Prior to co-founding Pacific Wealth Management in 1998, he held a variety of investment advisory positions with global financial services companies, including serving as a portfolio manager for Smith Barney.

The lecture takes place in the Chancellor's Building, room CBA0.06, on the Keele campus.