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Senior Vice President
Highland Park, IL

Matt Goldhaber is Senior Vice President of Fisher Investments serving the Chicago, IL area. He has been working with Fisher Investments for the past five years and previously worked in Merrill Lynch's Wealth Management Division.

Matt received his MBA from the University of Chicago and his undergraduate degree in business from Indiana University.

Matt enjoys meeting with prospective clients to help them understand the array of money management options available, and which approach might be most suitable based on personal goals and objectives. Furthermore, he can help determine whether Fisher Investments might be a good fit.

Fisher Investments is an independent money management firm founded in 1979, serving institutions and high net worth investors. For more information, visit http://www.fisherinvestments.com/.

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