Q2 2019 Investment Outlook
Our Chief Investment Officer, Shannon Saccocia and Chief Fiduciary Officer, Gerald Baker sits down to discuss the following:
- An outlook on market expectations for the second quarter of 2019.
- Top five concerns and considerations for tax planning.
- Important tax and estate planning considerations when creating an investment portfolio.
Shannon Saccocia, CFA®, CIMA®
Chief Investment Officer, Private Client Group
Shannon Saccocia serves as the firm’s Chief Investment Officer, and is responsible for setting the overall investment strategy for the firm.
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Chief Fiduciary Officer, Executive Managing Director
Mr. Baker is responsible for the oversight and implementation of all aspects of trust administration at Boston Private.
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