Gregory Pepin is a co-partner of a Wealth Management company in switzerland. He has a Master of Science degree in Finance and Actuary Science from HEC Lausanne (Switzerland). He also teaches Finance at the University of St. Joseph (Lebanon). Gregory is a strong believer of the Graham Theory that advises to invest for the long term based on fundamentals. He applies this strategy for his own portfolio and all of the funds he manages for customers in his wealth management company.
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Gregory Pepin is a co-partner of a Wealth Management company in switzerland. He has a Master of Science degree in Finance and Actuary Science from HEC Lausanne (Switzerland). He also teaches Finance at the University of St. Joseph (Lebanon).
Gregory is a strong believer of the Graham Theory that advises to invest for the long term based on fundamentals. He applies this strategy for his own portfolio and all of the funds he manages for customers in his wealth management company.