Rob Marstrand Founder OfWealth
Rob Marstrand, Founder

Rob Marstrand is the founder of OfWealth. Before that he spent 15 years working for global investment bank UBS, the world’s largest wealth manager and stock trader with headquarters in Switzerland. During that time he was based in London, Zurich and Hong Kong and worked in many countries around the world.

After that he was Chief Investment Strategist for the Bonner & Partners Family Office for five years. It was set up by Agora founder Bill Bonner to help wealthy families, mainly from the USA and Europe, to achieve successful inter-generational wealth transfer and profitable long term investment strategies.

Rob has lived in Buenos Aires, Argentina for the past eight years. Given the country’s long history of economic turmoil it’s the perfect place to learn about financial crises.

Note:Marco Polo was the pen name used by Rob Marstrand from 2013 to 2016.

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Some of our guest writers

Bill Bonner: Since founding Agora Inc. in 1979, Bill Bonner has found success in numerous industries. His unique writing style, philanthropic undertakings and preservationist activities have been recognized by some of America’s most respected authorities.

Eric Fry: Throughout the 1990s, Eric Fry was a professional hedge fund manager, specializing in long/short equity strategies. Following his success in professional money management, Eric joined the Wall Street-based publishing operations of James Grant, editor of the prestigious Grant’s Interest Rate Observer. While at Grant’s, Eric directed the team of investment analysts that produced Grant’s International and Apogee Research – institutional research products dedicated to international investment opportunities and short selling.

Karin Tahemtulla: Author of the best-selling book Where In the World Should I Invest? Karim Rahemtulla has covered international markets and the global movements of money for over 20 years. With an expertise in emerging markets, options trading and energy, he’s regarded as one of the country’s foremost resource and developing world analysts. His focus is on finding opportunities “beyond the dollar” for investors looking to diversify their assets and lifestyle to include borderless investing.

Banking in the EU

Europe shoots itself in the foot….again

Floor of the New York Stock Exchange 1963
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