Paul Pagnato of PagnatoKarp Talks Longevity and Financial Well-Being at CIFM Sands Speaker Series

February 1, 2019

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Paul Pagnato

The McIntire School’s Center for Investors and Financial Markets (CIFM) welcomed Paul Pagnato, Founder and CEO of PagnatoKarp, Jan. 29 for a discussion with students on the financial challenges that come with living longer.

Pagnato was the most recent finance expert to present in the CIFM’s Sands Capital Professional Speaker Series, which explores timely and relevant financial topics and features personal and professional experiences that highlight the many facets of investing in an interconnected world. Produced in partnership with Sands Capital Management, the conversations expand students’ learning opportunities and provide them with valuable real-world perspectives.

“Advances in artificial intelligence, genomics, nutrition, and healthcare are rapidly contributing to longer lifespans,” says Pagnato. “Our personal financial well-being needs to keep pace with these advances, so we may truly enjoy the gift longevity brings: time.”

Ranked #16 on Barron’s “Top 100 Independent Financial Advisors” list and #2 in Virginia on Forbes’ “Best-In-State Wealth Advisors,” the asset management adviser and media contributor brought his invaluable experience on the subject, further strengthening a lifelong commitment to financial education. Founder of the TrueFiduciary® Institute, a nonprofit that aims to positively impact 1 million lives through digital education, Pagnato also serves on the institute’s board of directors.

PagnatoKarp, an independent wealth management firm with more than $3.8 billion assets under advisement, is likewise committed to helping strengthen financial literacy and the next generation of financial leaders. In partnership with the Barron’s In Education program, the Reston, VA-based firm is a proud McIntire School Corporate Contributor and an engaged partner helping to provide additional educational opportunities for real-world engagement with financial markets.