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By Andrew N. Davis, CFA® | Published: May 18, 2022
The markets and the economy are ever-changing, making it hard to keep up sometimes. Let WSFS help you make sense of it all. Tune in to our Market Minute update from Andrew N. Davis, CFA®, Director of Research at West Capital Management, a subsidiary of WSFS Financial Corporation.
About Andrew N. Davis, CFA®
Andrew N. Davis, CFA® is a Director of Research on West Capital Management’s Research Team and also serves on West Capital Management’s Investment Committee. Andrew is responsible for due diligence on managers/strategies, portfolio construction and portfolio implementation. Andrew earned his Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Michigan State University, and his Master of Arts in Applied Economics and Graduate Certificate in Financial Management from Johns Hopkins University. Andrew has earned the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA®) designation. He can be reached via email at ADavis@westcapital.com.
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