Member Meeting

Money Talk with Paul Christopher

3:00 PM

Virtual via Zoom

About This Meeting

An Exclusive Virtual Event for DEC Members Only

There’s a lot of confusion in the markets over the future of COVID, inflation, earnings, and the Federal Reserve. Let’s look through the fog to see what we expect from markets this year. Over a longer horizon, new technologies and changing global trade in the coming decade will combine to make new global investment opportunities. Paul will discuss how to position today to think about short-term and mega-trends.



Featured Guest Speaker

Paul Christopher, CFA Head of Global Market Strategy Wells Fargo Investment InstitutePaul Christopher, CFA
Head of Global Market Strategy
Wells Fargo Investment Institute

Paul Christopher is the Head of Global Market Strategy for Wells Fargo Investment Institute (WFII), a subsidiary of Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., which is focused on delivering the highest quality investment expertise and advice to help investors manage risk and succeed financially. Wells Fargo Investment Institute serves Wealth and Investment Management, a division of Wells Fargo & Company comprised of Wells Fargo Private Bank and Wells Fargo Advisors businesses.

Mr. Christopher focuses on the global investment environment and leads WFII’s market guidance teams. He is frequently quoted in the national media, including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Forbes, TIME, Investor’s Business Daily, USA Today, Bloomberg Television, ABC News, NBC News, and CNBC. Prior to joining Wells Fargo, he developed economic strategies to trade in global financial and commodity futures markets for Eclipse Capital Management. In previous positions, Mr. Christopher supplied international economic perspectives for Wells Fargo Advisors predecessor A.G. Edwards and advised institutional clients of Istanbul-based Global Securities on the oil-based economies of the Caucasus and Central Asia. He has consulted with the governments of Hong Kong, Egypt, Russia, Kazakhstan, and the Kyrgyz Republic on monetary policy issues.

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