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Since their founding in 2007, Advisor Perspectives has grown to become the leading interactive publisher for registered investment advisers, wealth managers, and financial planners. Its email newsletters and web site deliver a wide range of original articles, written by the industry’s most respected thought leaders, offering sophisticated market insights, actionable investment ideas and practice management advice to help advisors improve investor outcomes and strengthen client relationships. Advisor Perspectives is also the key resource advisors turn to for timely economic and market commentaries and interactive content provided by the world’s leading investment firms.

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Robert Huebscher

Robert K. Huebscher is the Founder and CEO of Advisor Perspectives. Bob founded Advisor Perspectives in 2007, following a 25 year career in the financial services and information technology industry. In 1982, he founded the Investment Software Division of Thomson Financial, and oversaw the introduction and development of its flagship product, PORTIA, currently the leading portfolio management system for buy side investors. In 1990 he founded Hub Data, a redistributor of market data and corporate action information. He sold Hub Data to Advent Software in 1998, and this business continues today as Advent Market Data. He was an officer of Advent until 2002. Beginning in 2003, he served as a consultant to a number of businesses in the wealth management industry. Mr. Huebscher has a BA from Connecticut College and an MBA from Harvard University. He serves on the boards of several local charities.

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Occasional writer for ThinkAdvisor: http://www.thinkadvisor.com/author/robert-huebscher

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