In an episode of The Zurich Project Podcast, presented by MOI Global, Fred Steiner of BCCM Advisors discusses his passion for driving capital to Africa, what BCCM is trying to accomplish through its physical presence on the continent, and how BCCM approaches capital allocation in Africa.

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Fred Steiner serves as Portfolio Manager at BCCM Advisors, an Air T, Inc. company. He is responsible for security selection, risk management and portfolio construction for our Pan-Africa strategy. Prior to re-joining BCCM Advisors, Fred earned an MBA from the Carlson School of Management at University of Minnesota where he graduated with distinction and was a Curtis L Carlson Scholarship recipient. During the full-time business school program, Fred worked with a multi-family office, Sawmill Management as a Senior Analyst. There he oversaw approximately $1 billion in public securities. Prior to business school, Fred served as an Analyst and Associate at BCCM and worked in various roles at Signature Financial Partners. Fred studied at University of Cape Town in 2008, graduated from Union College in 2009 with a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Minor in History and is a CFA charterholder. Fred is engaged in various charities and previously volunteered for Soccer 4 Hope while living in Cape Town, South Africa in 2010.

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