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Meet the Managers: A behind the scenes look at La Trobe Financial

Chris Andrews, LaTrobe

This special episode of the Nest Egg Podcast is the first in our “Meet the Managers” series where we take you behind the scenes with the financial experts of some of Australia’s most influential businesses within the wealth management market. This week, we are featuring La Trobe Financial.  

Host David Stratford is joined by senior vice president and chief investment officer Chris Andrews, who will unpack his role within La Trobe and the single goal of the more than 300 staff he works with. Chris will discuss why their almost seven decades of consistent management is an advantage to their customer base, how the global financial crisis demonstrated the strength of the mortgage asset class and unpack the peer-to-peer lending space.
 
Offering advice for investors, Chris will also share his predictions for the market going forward, provide tips for investing in general and discuss the importance of diversification.

Thanks Chris, for sharing your insights with the Nest Egg podcast team!

You can stay up-to-date with what Chris is up to at www.latrobefinancial.com.au

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Meet the Managers: A behind the scenes look at La Trobe Financial
Chris Andrews, LaTrobe
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