New Podcast Interview with Robert Dombrower, CMT Now Online!

The CMT Association Podcast Series continues this week when Lance McDonald, CMT has the opportunity to sit down with Robert Dombrower, CMT. Robert Dombrower is a Senior Vice President and Equity Portfolio Manager at ICC Capital Management in Orlando, Florida, where he manages four equity products as part of a three member quantitative team, and publishes an acclaimed weekly research piece entitled, "The Technical Take" which tracks major technical themes across the global market landscape. His growth strategy was recently named 'one of the top performing small managers' by Pension and Investments magazine in January 2014. He serves as co-chair of the CMT Association Orlando Chapter and sits on the CMT Association Rules Committee and 2014 Symposium Committee. Mr. Dombrower holds a BA on English Literature and Music from Binghamton University, and a Masters in music on Opera Performance and Theory from Boston University. In his free time, he serves a lead grief facilitator at the New Hope for Kids Center for Childhood Grieving and a senior instructor and third degree black belt of Tae Kwon Do, teaching children and adults 5 years and up.

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