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Oliver Pursche, Investment Adviser Representative

CEO, Bruderman Asset Management

Office: 845.368.2901
Mobile: 203-644-3219
E-mail: OPursche@mjbc.com
www.bruderman.com

Oliver Pursche is the Chief Market Strategist for Bruderman Asset Management, an SEC-registered investment advisory firm with over $1 billion in assets under management and an additional $400 million under advisement through its affiliated broker dealer, Bruderman Brothers, LLC. Pursche is a recognized authority on global affairs and investment policy, as well as a regular contributor on CNBC, Bloomberg and Fox Business. Additionally, he is a monthly contributing columnist for Forbes and Kiplinger.com, a member of the Harvard Business Review Advisory Council and a monthly participant of the NY Federal Reserve Bank Business Leaders Survey, and the author of Immigrants: The Economic Force at our Door.

He received an undergraduate degree in business communications and finance from Bentley University and attended the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business.

Prior to his role as Chief Market Strategist, Pursche served as the CEO of Bruderman Brothers, as well as President of its subsidiary GGFS, and has worked at venerable firms such as Neuberger Berman and PaineWebber.

He can be reached at opursche@mjbc.com.

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