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Andrew Polsky

Andrew Polsky

Contributor since: 17 Nov 2010

Biography

Mr. Polsky graduated from the University of Missouri with a degree in economics. He began his career as an analyst for Truman Bank, in St. Louis, Missouri. After 2 years, he moved to Los Angeles and started his career at Merrill Lynch. After receiving numerous accolades Mr. Polsky joined Euro Pacific Capital. It was here that he fine tuned his money management skills preparing him to be the portfolio manager he is today. Since the formation of Panamera in 2009 Mr. Polsky has been principally responsible for the management of each of the three portfolios.

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