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The Best Financial Advice I Ever Got – “One Spouse” with Kimberly Clouse of Covestor
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Kimberly Clouse, the Advisory Board Chair of Covestor, an online marketplace for investing re-joins Enterprise Radio. She is also CEO of Via Global Advisors, a financial consultancy serving families, family offices, and foundations.
Listen to interview with host Eric Dye & guest Kimberly Clouse discuss the following:
- What is the best financial advice you ever got?
- There’s a lot in what you just said. Let’s focus on “one spouse.”
- So what are the financial costs of divorce?
- What are the longer-term costs of divorce?
- Is it true that divorce is particularly economically devastating for women?
Kimberly Clouse is the Advisory Board Chair of Covestor. In this capacity, Kimberly works with the firm’s executive team on strategic initiatives, helps identify industry trends through market intelligence, and brings additional thought leadership to the firm.
She is also the Founder and CEO of Via Global Advisors, a consultancy serving families, family offices, and foundations. She previously served as Managing Director of Athena Capital Advisors, an investment advisory firm, and CEO of Silver Bridge, a registered investment advisor.
Earlier in her career, Kimberly worked at United States Trust Company, J.P. Morgan and Goldman Sachs.
Kimberly has earned numerous professional awards, including being named one of Boston Business Journal’s ”40 Under 40 Rising Stars”, a 2013 Boston area “Five Star Wealth Manager” and a “Top 10 Investment Advisor” by Boston Women’s Business.
She is also an active member of the Young Presidents’ Organization.
Kimberly earned her MBA from Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration and holds a BA in Political Science and Managerial Studies from Rice University.
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