Gregory D. Singer

Gregory
D. Singer
Senior Vice President,
Capital Group Private Client Services

Gregory D. Singer is an asset allocation and wealth planning specialist at Capital Group Private Client Services. Prior to joining Capital Group in 2012, Greg was a senior managing director with AllianceBernstein serving in wealth planning, investment and marketing roles. Previously, he was a director for the Pepsi-Cola Company, where he held positions in finance, strategy and marketing. He has also served as the lead strategist for a subsidiary of The Limited and as an M&A analyst for Lehman Brothers. Singer concurrently earned a BS in finance and a BAS in computer science from the University of Pennsylvania, and he holds an MBA in finance from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. He has published extensively in industry press and academic journals and has been cited in numerous periodicals, including The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times. He is also a member of the investments editorial board for Trusts & Estates magazine. Greg is based in New York.

Articles
Reduce Risk With Recurring Revenues
With stock markets around the world near record highs, trustees are pondering whether and how to de-risk portfolios
The Financial Sweet Spot for Long-Term Care Insurance
Gregory D. Singer & Michael Schmid discuss a number of factor which can contribute to the decision to procure LTC insurance
How to Invest in the Emerging Markets Now
Gregory D. Singer addresses the potential complications that can arise from investing in the emerging markets
VIDEO: Industry Insights with Greg Singer

Greg Singer, Senior Vice President/Portfolio Manager of Capital Group Private Client Services, discusses current trends in emerging markets.

Uncertainty Continues to Reign Supreme
Members of the Trusts & Estates Investment Committee had their annual meeting to discuss the significant developments in 2012 and how the market will play out. Participating were Edward J. Finley II, Elizabeth K. Miller, Andrew M. Parker and Gregory D. Singer. Here are their thoughts
Do Hedge Funds Have a Role in Trusts?
Gregory D. Singer & Andrew Auchincloss assess the role hedge funds can play in trusts
Executive Decisions
Corporate executives who amass large amounts of company stock face some unique wealth-transfer challenges and opportunities. Large holdings of a single
Lemons to Lemonade
Market instability creates planning opportunities
Making Two Years Last a Lifetime
The sweeping federal tax legislation enacted in 2001 was a boon for many, but it also created a thorny issue for estate tax planning. The law provided
The Great Cash Giveback
Corporations around the world responded aggressively to the global recession and financial crisis, clamping down on spending and hoarding massive piles of cash.
Business Sales and Legacy Decisions
Selling a family business is typically complicated and fraught with emotional issues for the owner. The owner is selling his means of livelihood, and
Walking The Balance Beam
A few months ago, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke made headlines when he coined a new catchphrase by describing the economic outlook as unusually
The Real Allure of Emerging Markets
The conventional investment wisdom of going where the growth is would suggest increasing equity allocations to emerging markets. But our research shows
Cash Balance Plans
Investing for retirement can be problematic for professionals in partnerships or other types of closely held firms. Yes, that includes lawyers in law
Gimme Credit Shelter Trusts
It's well known that a traditional IRA is a great way to save. Assets in an IRA can grow tax-deferred for decades. But tricky planning issues arise when
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