Aug 5, 2021
On this episode of Calgary Connects we are joined by ethics professor and entrepreneur, Andrew Stotz, CFA, for a discussion on how to incorporate ethics into your every-day decision making to ensure you’re staying on the right course, and how individuals can stand out in today’s virtual world. Andrew and Matthew talk about the trajectory of Andrew’s career, what he has learned over the years, and how to ensure that ethics and critical thinking skills continue to be a part of your core values.
Andrew is the CEO of A. Stotz Investment Research, which helps clients create, grow, measure, and protect value, and the co-founder of CoffeeWORKS – Thailand’s leading B2B specialty coffee roaster.
He served two terms as President of CFA Society Thailand and during his investment banking career and was voted the #1 financial analyst in Thailand.
Andrew is also the Worst Podcast host of My Worst Investment Ever podcast, the #1 risk-management podcast that helps future generations reduce their investment risks by learning through the stories of others.
In addition to his three decades in the financial industry and teaching finance, Andrew has written four books and six online courses. Among them, ValuationMasterClass.com – the world’s #1 practical valuation online course.