Modera Wealth Management
Modera Wealth Management
The Wealth Cast2021-01-27T21:28:15+00:00
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The Wealth Cast

Financial planning can be complex, and the stakes are high. We created this podcast to share what you need to know to help you work toward the luxury of financial independence.

Join your host, Charles Boinske, CFA, Principal, Wealth Manager and Chief Visionary Officer of Modera Wealth Management, LLC and his guests as they share their global financial expertise so you can have more time, confidence and satisfaction to do things you love – like fly fishing!

Charles Boinske, CFA, is a nationally recognized resource regarding complex financial issues faced by high-net-worth individuals and institutions. The co-founder of Independence Advisors which merged with Modera Wealth Management in 2020, Charles earned the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation, which is highly respected by the global financial industry for its rigorous focus on current investment knowledge, analytical skill, and ethical standards. Charles is also a member of the New York Society of Security Analysts and the CFA Society of Philadelphia.

Managing Risk and Conflict

On Episode 38 of The Wealth Cast, Charles Boinske talks to executive mentor Charles Scott about constructive conflict and informed risk taking. During Mr. Scott’s time as a director at Intel Capital, he guided Intel’s investment operations, which necessarily led to interpersonal conflict which needed to be resolved, and a systematic approach to managing risk in an effort to

Make or Break: One Key Focus

On episode 37 of The Wealth Cast, Charles Boinske talks to Dan Barnett, the creator of Make or Break Execution, and current CEO and owner of The Primavera Company. Dan's experience in heading companies spans across several of the world's largest corporations, and it has informed his Make or Break strategy. He talks to Chas about the importance of

History Edition: Little Bighorn with Neil Mangum

Episode 36 of The Wealth Cast sees National Park historian Neil Mangum join Chas to discuss one of the most infamous military conflicts in American history, the Battle of Little Bighorn. General Custer’s defeat shook the foundations of the country, and for over a century, far less was known by establishment historians than should have been, due to a

Markets Work: Improving the Client Experience

On episode 35 of The Wealth Cast, Chas speaks to Dimensional Fund Advisors co-CEO, Dave Butler. Following a brief career in professional basketball, Dave worked at a Wall Street financial services firm. After a few years, in which he became disillusioned with the then-prevalent industry model, he moved to California and joined Dimensional, which was pioneering a new investment

Direct Indexing: A Paradigm Shift in Investment Management

On episode 34 of The Wealth Cast, Chas is joined by Dave Twardowski, Vice President and Head of Investment Strategy at Vise, an intelligent automation platform that delivers personalized investment solutions. Dave discusses how he works at the intersection of tech and finance and shares how direct indexing is transforming the industry. Listen here: The summary below has

Transforming the Wealth Management Business

On episode 33 of The Wealth Cast, Chas speaks to Sebastian Jersch, CEO and founder of Neo Consult, a financial planning company based in Marburg, Germany. Sebastian discusses the long road still ahead of financial planners in Germany who, tired of the conflict created by “free” financial planning services, have established fee-only advice. He explains how the experience and

Analysis of Proposed Tax Law Changes for 2022

On episode 32 of The Wealth Cast, Chas is joined by Pat Runyen of Modera Wealth Management for a discussion on the potential changes to tax law that have been introduced by the House Ways and Means Committee. These changes may impact estate planning, capital gains rates, and more. Listen here: Update:  Please note that this podcast was recorded

Wealth Cast Rewind: Making a Case for Evidence-Based Investing with Robin Powell

Evidence-based investing is a core principle of being a good steward of your wealth. That is why Chas has selected his interview with Robin Powell for this Wealth Cast Rewind, to follow up on his previous episode on the Five Tenets of Evidence-Based Investing. An educated investor is a great investor. That is why investing should not be dependent on

Modera is an SEC registered investment adviser which does not imply any level of skill or training.  For additional information see our Form ADV available at which contains a full description of our business, operations and service offerings including fees.  Statements made in the podcast are not to be construed as personalized investment or financial planning advice, may not be suitable for everyone and should not be considered a solicitation to engage in any particular investment or planning strategy.  Statements made are subject to change without notice.

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