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CFA Society Virginia Presentation – “The Global Economy: Lessons From the Past, Experience From the Present, Projecting the Future” (Video)

 

On Tuesday, October 4, at the Richmond’s Westwood Club, CFA Society Virginia welcomed Ardavan Mobasheri. Ardavan is a Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer at ACIMA Private Wealth where he oversees the overall management of assets. Mobasheri’s presentation is entitled “The Global Economy: Lessons From the Past, Experience From the Present, Projecting the Future”.

 

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