Clifford Swan in the Community
Clifford Swan In The News
May. 4, 2013
Linda Davis Taylor Leads Discussion about Women and Money at Scripps College Reunion Weekend
Linda Davis Taylor teamed up with Scripps College Economics Professor Sean Flynn in a dialogue with alumnae on “Women’s Financial Fitness” during Reunion Weekend.
Nov. 2, 2011
Clifford Swan Sponsors " Fallow Ground or Fertile Soil? The Unrealized Potential Of Charitable Real Estate Gifts"
Clifford Swan is proud to have sponsored this seminar for local professionals. Hosted by Methodist Hospital Foundation, Caltech, The Huntington Library and Huntington Hospital, this seminar shared information regarding the untapped potential of real estate as a charitable gifting option in uncertain times.
Sep. 11, 2011
Clifford Swan Investment Counsel Hosts Annual Young Stewards Program
Clifford Swan Investment Counsel hosted a very successful session of the Young Stewards Program on Sunday, September 11, 2011 at the Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens.
Sep. 1, 2011
Roger Gewecke is Elected Vice President of the CFA Society of Los Angeles
Roger Gewecke was elected Vice President of the CFA Society of Los Angeles, after serving on the Board for seven years. Roger is also a course coordinator and instructor for the USC/LASFA CFA Review Program.
Apr. 6, 2011
Linda Davis Taylor Coaches Women Professionals at O'Melveny and Meyers LLP on How to Take Charge of Their Personal Finances
Linda Davis Taylor spoke to a group of 80 women professionals at O'Melveny and Myers LLP in Downtown, Los Angeles, about how to manage their personal finances on April 6, 2011. The presentation, titled "Achieving Financial Fitness: Is Your Money Working as Hard as You?" encourages women to become informed about their own finances, and their investment options.
Sep. 22, 2010
Clifford Swan Investment Counsel Supports Expansion of the Pasadena Independent Schools Foundation
Clifford Swan Investment Counsel is pleased to have been able to help fund the expansion of PISF's efforts to educate an enlarged group of students and bring additional resources to the Pasadena-area charities these students have chosen to support.