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MIB: Constance Hunter, KPMG

This week, we speak with Constance Hunter, Chief Economist at KPMG. Before becoming chief economist at KPMG, she managed the firm’s alternative investments unit. Before joining KPMG, Hunter was Deputy Chief Investment Officer for Fixed Income at AXA Investment Managers. She serves on the board of the National Association for Business Economics (NABE). Hunter discusses the… Read More The post MIB: Constance Hunter, KPMG appeared first on The Big Picture.
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?     The transcript from this week’s MIB: Constance Hunter, KPMG  is below. You can stream/download the full conversation, including the podcast extras on  Bloomberg, iTunes, Overcast, and Soundcloud. Our earlier podcasts can all b...

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