Our Center provides the impetus for discussion and study of critical wealth management issues. It will emerge as a thought leader and source of innovative analysis for new methodologies and strategies, providing careful analysis and critique of existing practices — a hub of activity, research, networking and application for a vital international industry.
To be at the forefront of education and research concerning the creation, management and transfer of wealth
To develop transformational leaders and valued educational programs on • Financial literacy • Investment & portfolio strategies • Wealth management strategies
Christopher Schwarz, director at the UC Irvine Center for Investment and Wealth Management, says while Monday’s more than 1,100 point loss was big, you have to look at it from a percentage standpoint and remember how high the market has been rising over the past several years.
For many enterprising first-generation undergraduates, UCI’s selective Paul Merage School of Business is the key to upward mobility. No. 31 on U.S. News & World Report’s list of best business programs, it admits just a few hundred of about 11,000 applicants each year. These exceptional students learn the critical thinking, communication and leadership skills that can make the American dream a reality. Read the stories of three of the school’s freshmen…
Associate Professor of Finance Christopher Schwarz was appointed faculty director of the Merage School Center for Investment and Wealth Management (CIWM), effective July 1.
It’s eighty degrees, the sun is out, and four time Olympic Water Polo player and UCI champion Ryan Bailey isn’t in the pool. Instead, he’s spending time at UCI’s Center for Investment and Wealth Management (CIWM) with 30 very lucky 9th and 10th grade students who are listening intently while he shares his life experiences.