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Charles Ellis

Charles Ellis

Charles Ellis is retired Managing Partner of Greenwich Associates, a global leader in consulting to professional financial service organisations, a member of the Board of Directors of the Harvard Business School and a Trustee of Yale University where he also serves on the investment committee. He is also an author of a number of influential books including “Winning the Loser’s Game” and here he discusses the role of financial advisers, the basic principles of investing and winning the loser’s game. Watch the Video

Burton Malkeil

Burton Malkiel

Burton Malkiel, Chemical Bank Chairman’s Professor of Economics at Princeton University and author of several highly regarded investment books, including “A Random Walk Down Wall Street”, outlines the basic rules that investors should consider, including saving first, investing regularly, diversifying your investments and rebalancing periodically. He also discusses the role of financial advisers and the importance of cost. Watch the Video

Tower Hill Associates has adopted many of the ideas expressed in the Ellis and Malkiel Videos in their financial and investment planning processes. If you would like to know more please contact the Principal John Lang on 020 3865 2379

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