The Big Three
In this presentation the Murray Brothers answer three of the most often asked questions - How can I better handle the day to day basics of my personal finances? How can I take care of my family‘s finances and make sure that my parents are secure, and my children’s education costs are covered? How can I be assured that I will have enough money to retire? - These questions can be daunting, but the Murray Twins give immediate relief by providing simple guidelines that can put you on the right track to securing a positive financial future.
Daily Duties of Top Producers
If your company needs a motivated sales force, look no further than the Murray Brothers. In this program they present the audience with universal tactics that will propel higher sales.
Market Economy Experts
Where is the stock market headed? In what direction are interest rates going? What are the smartest investment strategies? Whether you need advice as a company, or for the benefit of your individual employees, the Murray Brothers offer sound guidelines on how to invest in times of uncertainty.
Three Keys to Success
Let’s face it, we all know what these are - Getting Organized, Cutting Spending, and Saving More – but, if we are all so smart, why aren’t we doing it? Don’t let analysis cause paralysis any longer. Let the Murray Brothers show you how to be more pro-active in securing and growing your financial future.
Two for the Money
Based on their book,Two for the Money, the Murray Brothers guide you through the key factors in fixing your 401K, avoiding the investment landmine, dealing with the rising cost of healthcare, hiring a financial advisor and many other complex details that face your financial future.
Jonathan P. Murray
Jonathan is a Senior Vice President of Investments and a Wealth Management Specialist for UBS in Hunt Valley, MD. He hosts the daily Closing Bell Report on WBAL Radio in Baltimore, and has appeared regularly, along with his brother, on NBC's Today Show, CNBC, MSNBC and Fox News. Jonathan writes a financial column for The Towson Times, and is a guest lecturer for the University of Maryland, Johns Hopkins University, and for the Loyola College Executive MBA Program. From 1994 to 2006, Jonathan worked for Legg Mason in Baltimore. From 1989 to 1994, he was with Kidder, Peabody, and Co. Prior to his investment career, Jonathan worked in higher education as the Assistant Dean of Admissions at Dickinson College in Carlisle, PA. Jonathan currently manages over $300 million of clients’ retirement assets.
David R. Murray
A national financial commentator and a 20-year veteran in the investment management business, David has worked for some of the nation's leading money managers. Over his career, he has raised and retained over $5 billion in individual and institutional assets for 3 mutual fund companies, an NYSE brokerage firm, and an exclusive private bank. David is Managing Director, Wealth Management, for The PrivateBank, located in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. His organization manages the financial affairs for successful individuals, closely-held businesses, and not-for-profit foundations and endowments.