We are committed to providing a deep team of experienced professionals to support our clients’ financial success in the decades and generations to come. For that reason, we are excited to share the latest news from within the Litman Gregory team.
Bill Thompson has joined the firm as a director of the Endowments & Foundations Group and Senior Advisor. In this role, Bill will advise clients on strategic investment planning and portfolio construction, including asset allocation, manager selection, investment program evaluation, performance measurement, and governance.
Prior to Litman Gregory, Bill was a Managing Director at Cambridge Associates for over 10 years, where he served as an outsourced Chief Investment Officer (CIO) for endowments, foundations, and family offices. Before joining Cambridge, Bill was an institutional credit consultant for Citigroup, focusing on investment- and below-investment-grade corporate bonds and derivatives. He graduated from Denison University (BA) and the University of Chicago (MBA).
We are thrilled to have Bill join the advisory team. His deep investment expertise and intense client focus made him a natural fit for our firm and the clients we serve.
Monica Muñoz, CFP®, was recently promoted to Senior Advisor. This promotion reflects the breadth and depth of Monica’s trusted role in guiding and supporting the complex needs of our clients. As a Senior Advisor, Monica will continue to serve as the Manager of Wealth Planning Services, focused on developing and refining our wealth planning services and strengthening the operational platform that supports our work with clients.
Monica has been serving Litman Gregory clients since 2007, providing investment advice, financial analysis, and portfolio management services to individuals, family groups, foundations, endowments, and group retirement plans.
Actions to Take in Uncertain Times
In a volatile environment like the one we find ourselves in today, and experienced just two years ago in 2020, we recognize that some investors feel as though they should make changes in their portfolios—even if just to take action.
Research Update on Market Volatility
Given the renewed market downturn, fed by high uncertainty around inflation and the war in Ukraine, we want to share our most-current views and portfolio positioning with clients and followers of our research.
Commentary from Our CIO—First Quarter 2022
In this commentary, we highlight key developments in the global economy and financial markets. The biggest macro event was Russia’s brutal invasion of Ukraine. As is our job, our focus is on the economic and financial market impact of this event. Clearly, the human impact has been devastating and tragic, and our hearts and support are with the Ukrainian people.