Christian Koch was recently featured in CNBC.com and other major online media outlets, including Yahoo!Finance, Bloomberg Businessweek, MarketWatch and many others.
Atlanta, GA – September 18, 2014 – A feature story about Atlanta based veteran investment manager and renowned equity research leader Christian G. Koch, was recently seen on CNBC.com as well as the other major online publications such as Yahoo!Finance, The Boston Globe, Atlanta Business Journal, Bloomberg Businessweek, Los Angeles Daily News and MarketWatch, among many others.
Christian G. Koch, President and sole owner of KAM South, is a long-time investment manager and recognized equity research industry leader. Koch is a Certified Financial Planner ™ professional, and is a member of Rotary Club of Buckhead, the Financial Planning Association of Georgia, and the Harvard Business School Club of Atlanta. As an investment manager running a successful and developing firm, Christian Koch is renown as an equity research leader with several decades of experience and a unique array of professional certifications – including being a Certified Private Wealth Advisor (CPWA®), a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA™) and Certified Financial Planner (CFP®).
Beyond Koch’s many years of experience in the industry and these certifications, however, is the investment process that Koch developed which includes customized portfolios to achieve predictable and sustainable income. Bringing his natural deep-rooted sense of Southern hospitality to make his clients feel instantly “at home,” Koch works to help them develop an investment retirement plan that supports the “de-cumulation phase,” or distribution of money after years of working to accumulate it.
Koch views his role for his clients as if he is a sentinel/watchman, guarding people from making mistakes and educating them out of the usual “go to” approach of mutual funds, “holding their hands through the process where necessary.”
“One of the things my clients like is that I’m very approachable an am the genuine article when it comes to being responsible for their financial security as they grow older,” he adds. “My goal is not to become a massive firm but to provide a service to people I truly like working with. I don’t base my success on how big KAM South gets but on how happy my clients are with my services.”
The full text of the feature story about Christian Koch that was seen on CNBC.com can be viewed in its entirety at http://kamsouth.com/bio/ or http://www.financialadvicenetwork.com/article.php?aid=172