Nathan Kowalski is the chief financial officer and senior portfolio manager at Anchor Investment Management Ltd. He began his career with KPMG where he provided assurance, tax and financial advisory services for some of the largest corporations in Canada. He then worked for Deloitte and Touche Corporate Finance Inc where he provided expert advice in mergers and acquisitions and valuations. Nathan holds a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), and Chartered Investment Manager (CIM) designations and is a Fellow of CSI (FCSI). He is a former president of the Chartered Financial Analyst Society of Bermuda board and the former chairman of the Economic Impact Working Group for the Sage Commission. He currently serves as a board member for the Bermuda Chamber of Commerce, the Bermuda Deposit Insurance Committee Board, and the Bermuda Public Accountability Board.
Jan 27, 2020 8:00 am
I have now been in my profession for nearly two decades. While not long compared to some, I have learnt several lessons and survived the great financial crisis. Here are a few things I think I might know:
1, You will feel great being a...
Jan 22, 2020 8:00 am
The new decade has started with geopolitical tensions. The US military strike on Quasam Soleimani heightened market anxiety and led to a brief dip in the markets. No one knows where this confrontation will ultimately lead, just like no one knew...
Jan 6, 2020 8:00 am
“Believing in predictions allows people to overlook their own ignorance, discount the role of randomness and generally overestimate their own skills. If you think you (or someone you pay) can divine the future, you create the illusion of...
Dec 16, 2019 8:00 am
A central bank legend passed away this month at the age of 92. Paul Volcker is well known and remembered as the Federal Reserve chairman who waged war on inflation. His “tough love” stance throughout the 1970s and 1980s broke the inflationary...
Oct 14, 2019 8:00 am
Nathan Kowalski, Financial Ramblings from the Rock
Bermuda first-quarter real gross domestic product, as officially reported, climbed 3.7 per cent to $1,339.5 million. The biggest contributor to the acceleration was gross capital formation...
Jul 8, 2019 8:00 am
To say I enjoy reading would be an understatement. A large part of my day involves reading — research reports, industry trade articles, investing blogs and a smattering of geopolitical content.
I also try to read anywhere from 24 to 30...
Jul 1, 2019 8:00 am
Lately there has been much discussion and consternation over big business and corporate power. The United Sates has begun to ratchet up antitrust cases against big tech and various politicians hope to regulate big business in numerous forms.
Pair rebuild bridges after kites clash
Strict new rules for shopping
UK flies in 1,800 Covid-19 test kits
BUT slams decision to dock teachers’ pay
Lawyer: SoE is ‘right, proper and justified’
Hundreds sign up for kindness campaign
Payments made to 1,142 laid-off workers
Emergency US repatriation flight finalised
Survivor tells of life-changing experience
Bermudian seniors on holiday stranded in UK
Shoppers implored to resist panic-buying
Burt: we must dig deep to defeat Covid-19
Public schools to reopen ‘when safe’
Grocery deliverers on standby
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