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NEWS & events 

Municipal Bond Market Applauds State Budget Approval Snooze

Bryan Didonato Senior Portfolio Manager was recently quoted in a Bloomberg article.

(Bloomberg) — There’s a lot less nail-biting in the $3.8 trillion municipal-bond market this summer, given that investors have been mostly spared drama over state budgets. All states except Massachusetts have enacted fiscal 2019 budgets, something that is likely encouraging to bondholders…Click to read full article

Muni Buyers Play Defense Against Fed by Seeking Short-Dated

Bryan Didonato Senior Portfolio Manager was recently quoted in a Bloomberg article.

(Bloomberg) — Municipal-bond investors are flocking to the short end of the curve ahead of the Federal Reserve’s meeting next week, when the central bank is expected to raise interest rates…Click to read full article

 

AHB Volunteers At Boy’s & Girl’s Club of Hudson County New Jersey

On November 28th, Global Giving Day, AHB volunteered at the Hudson Boys & Girls Club to create an afternoon activity for children ranging from ages of 4-14. The kids participated in relay race stations including balloon races, bag tosses, pyramid cup stacking and basketball dribbling. The children were also offered an art project including making penguin thermometers and scratch off ornaments. Volunteering at the Club meant a lot to the kids and staff, but it was also enjoyable and rewarding for the AHB employees. The smiles and laughter of the kids helped make our holiday season that much brighter.

 

PSN
Top Guns Designation and 6 Star Rating

Abner, Herrman & Brock’s Investment-Grade Taxable Bond Separately Managed Account (SMA) has been awarded a Top Guns designation and 6 star rating by Informa Investment Solutions’ PSN manager database, North America’s longest running database of investment managers…

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Fed Speaks at Economic Club of New York

Howard Abner, Caryn Zweig, and Bryan DiDonato with Chairman Janet Yellen of the Federal Reserve Board at the Economic Club of New York prior to her speech on March 29, 2016.

Advisors Magazine
“Munis” Keep Investors Safe

Kevin Strauss has been featured in “The Suit” magazine, discussing the tax efficient customized investment solutions offered by Abner, Herrman & Brock.

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BARRON’S
Just Chillin’

Barron’s April 26 issue features analysis from Caryn Zweig, COO of AHB.

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Ticker

Customized Muni Bond Portfolios

President Kevin Strauss and Portfolio Manager Bryan DiDonato were interviewed by Ticker Magazine regarding Abner, Herrman & Brock’s customized approach to Municipal Bond portfolio management.

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New Jersey Business Magazine
Preserving Riches: Why Those Who Have Wealth Often Look To Others To Help Them Keep It

In the 2011 Economic Forecast Issue, Kevin Strauss offers insight on customized wealth management services.

 

Cornell Chronicle
Economic crisis is not fault of “big, bad Wall Street” but everybody involved, say panelists

Caryn Zweig of AHB was invited to join a panel at Cornell University to discuss the mortgage crisis on Sept. 25th

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BARRON’S
A Sampling of Advisory Opinion

We were pleased to note that BARRON’S July 14th issue reprinted excerpts from our recent Quarterly Investment Review and Outlook.

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Investment News
Customized Approach Works Well for Boutique Firm

We discuss AHB’s unique customized approach to investment management and why the style is attracting attention within the investment community.

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The Economic Club of New York
Howard Abner honored as a Founder of the Centennial Society of the Economic Club of New York

The Economics Club of New York is a membership organization with members drawn from the top executive levels of business, industry and finance.

AHBI NEWS & EVENTS

Muni Buyers Play Defense Against Fed by Seeking Short-Dated

Bryan Didonato Senior Portfolio Manager was recently quoted in a Bloomberg article.

(Bloomberg) — Municipal-bond investors are flocking to the short end of the curve ahead of the Federal Reserve’s meeting next week, when the central bank is expected to raise interest rates…Click to read full article