Clark Winter is an internationally known investor and commentator on geopolitics and global financial markets. Clark has been the Chief Investment Strategist and spokesperson for some of the most prominent global investment firms. He is a frequent guest commentator for CNBC’s Worldwide Exchange, Bloomberg Television, Fox Business Network, New Delhi Television, CNN en Espanol’s GloboEconomia.
His research and analysis helps investors understand and harness the multitude of forces at work in today’s complicated, confusing, and promising global economy. Ian Bremmer, Chairman and CEO of the Eurasia Group, calls Winter “one of Wall Street’s most insightful and honest intellectual brokers.”
Early in his career Clark opened offices for J.P. Morgan in Madrid and later Mexico City, living ten years abroad and managing firsthand through the transition, turmoil, and incredible growth of emerging markets. He subsequently managed investment portfolios for J.P. Morgan globally and later became the President of Global Asset Management, the world’s first successful multi-manager firm. When G.A.M. was sold to UBS, Clark founded his own firm, Winter Capital, an independent, multi-manager advisory firm, structuring bespoke portfolios for investors worldwide.
The success of Winter Capital led to the acquisition of the firm by Citigroup where he became the Chief Global Investment Strategist for Global Wealth Management, including Citigroup Private Bank and Smith Barney. This coincided with a period of remarkable transition and growth in global markets and Clark travelled extensively throughout Asia, Middle East and Latin America as a key advisor and friend to Citigroup’s most important clients. Subsequently, Clark moved to Goldman Sachs as Managing Director and Director of Global Portfolio Strategy. More recently he founded Winter Enterprises, a global investment research and strategy firm and he serves as trustee, advisor, and board member of a select group of significant investors worldwide.
Clark serves as chairman of the Investment Advisory Board at Grupo Bursátil Mexicano, a Senior Lecturer at IESE Business School in Barcelona, chairman emeritus of both Queen Sophia Spanish Institute and the Mexican Cultural Institute of New York, and on the advisory boards of TPH Asset Management in Houston, and American Friends of the British Museum in London. Clark also serves on the boards of the Andrea Frank Foundation, the Committee on Photography at the Museum of Modern Art, and the Belfer Center at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard.
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