S05E05: Mark Perchtold on Thematic ETF Investing

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Mark is a founder of OMBA Advisory & Investments in London. He’s a CA and CFA by qualification. He spent 12 years at Goldman Sachs in London where he gained extensive experience in Investment Management. In this podcast, we chat about his views on the current market environment, and on the approach that OMBA takes to invest their clients’ funds in thematic ETF portfolios.

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