Squires & Stags hosts stock market executive Mar. 3
By Bennett Whipple
Squires & Stags has programmed for its Mar. 3 meeting an investment banker who will speak on the impact of the presidential election on the financial markets.
“In the market for a change” is the title of Kevin McGrath’s speech to the men’s breakfast club. He is first vice president of UBS Financial services in Atlanta and founder of McGrath Consulting.
“With all that is quickly transpiring, I hope to have updated info on Mar. 3 when I visit Big Canoe,” he says.
He is a member of the Financial Planning Association of Georgia, Academy of Special Needs Planners, Atlanta and North Georgia Estate Planning council, Georgia Planned giving Council, Georgia Society of Association Executives and the Association of Fund Raising Professionals. He also volunteers as a Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Legacy Advisor.
McGrath is a graduate of the University of South Carolina and a retired Marine Corp Lt. Colonel where he flew A-4M Skyhawks
His recreational interests include trout fishing and he is the recipient of several sporting and conservation awards including International Game Fish Association world records.
He is active in Trout Unlimited and serves as chairman of the Georgia Council of Trout Unlimited’s Back-the-Brookie Program and president of the Upper Chattahoochee Chapter of Trout Unlimited.
Squires & Stags meets in the Mountains Grille at the Clubhouse at Lake Sconti. Coffee is ready at 7:45 a.m. followed by a buffet breakfast served at 8:00 a.m. Big Canoe residents and guests are invited to attend the meeting. The price of breakfast is $13 payable on your POA account or by cash at the door.
Reservations are required and must be received by Noon on Thursday before the Friday morning meeting. For online reservation links, watch for the POA “Happenings & Events” e-blast and the Smoke Signals e-blast, both issued weekly. You may go ahead and make reservations now by clicking Squires & Stags, Friday, Mar. 3, 2017
Use of the online reservation system is encouraged, but if it’s not available you may call Kim Cooper at (706) 268-1115 to make reservations.