November was another busy month in the media for our team across local, trade and national business publications! Check out some of our media highlights below.

Ingram’s: Framing your philanthropy for a season of giving

  • Margie Carmody, Advisor, shared her insight on strategies to make the most of charitable giving during the holiday season with this Kansas City outlet.

St. Louis Post-Dispatch: New hires for St. Andrew’s, Pack4U, Mia Rose, Moneta Trust

  • Covering the latest happenings in the St. Louis business community, this local outlet shared the hiring news of Matthew Harlan as Director of Trust Services for Moneta Trust in its recent people moves round-up.

MarketWatch: Dow, S&P 500, Nasdaq end at record highs, extending streak of weekly gains on Pfizer pill study, stronger-than-expected jobs report

  • CIO Aoifinn Devitt shared her take on the latest batch of earning reports as well as her outlook for the holiday season.

 The Wall Street Journal: Stocks close lower, bond yields rise after inflation hits 31-year high

  • Inflation has certainly been a key theme this year. Our CIO Aoifinn Devitt shared her thoughts and remarks on the market’s muted reaction.

 InvestmentNews: Wirehouses nudging into the RIA space and what to expect for capital gains in 2021

  • In this podcast, Eric Kittner, CEO and Chairman, shared his insight on financial advisory industry trends, and specifically wirehouses entering the registered investment advisor (RIA) space.

Citywire: Moneta adds analyst in team restructure

  • We’re working to deepen our bench of professionals to meet evolving client demands. In this article, CIO Aoifinn Devitt commented on the expansion of her team, particularly noting the hiring of analysts Timothy Side and Mark Webster.

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