SCHOOL FOR WEALTH MANAGEMENT

As the economy is supposedly ramping up, so is continuing education for wealth management. Three new programs are on the horizon one from the American Bankers Association, another from New York University and a third from the Institute for Private Investors. Those sponsored by the ABA and NYU are for attorneys, accountants, trust and financial advisors and other professionals hoping to hone their

As the economy is supposedly ramping up, so is continuing education for wealth management. Three new programs are on the horizon — one from the American Bankers Association, another from New York University and a third from the Institute for Private Investors.

Those sponsored by the ABA and NYU are for attorneys, accountants, trust and financial advisors and other professionals hoping to hone their skills in topics ranging from philanthropy to asset management to tax strategies. The I

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