Stephen Kovach is an international financial consultant, wealth manager, financial analyst, and financial advisor. He founded Global Advisers, LLC, a registered investment advisory firm providing individual and institutional clients with investment, financial planning, and wealth management services.
“My education and professional training match my goal of providing our clients with a best-in-class experience.”
My depth and breadth of expertise fall into two main categories: high-net-worth investors, which includes wealth management, investment management, charitable and philanthropic advisory, and financial planning; and institutions, which include advisory support and services for international development finance, business plan development and strategy, benchmarking, financial management, and risk analysis.
Comprehensive service maximizing financial well-being, offering expert guidance and tailored strategies to preserve and grow wealth.
Charitable and Philanthropic Advisory
Dedicated service fostering giving and social impact, providing tailored guidance and strategies for individuals and organizations to make a meaningful difference.
Investment Management and Financial Planning
Tailored service optimizing assets, growing wealth, and securing future financial stability. Providing strategic guidance for smart financial decisions and long-term wealth-building and preservation.
Institutional Development and Benchmarking
Specialized service enhancing organizational growth, comparing performance against top standards to guide continuous improvement.
Financial Management and Risk Analysis
Customized advisory services that are designed to enhance financial growth and protect against uncertainties, providing clients with a secure path to their financial objectives.
My academic research focuses primarily on international financial policy and regulation, and secondarily, political, economic, and behavioral applied research that focuses on providing explanations and solutions to specific financial problems, including those that affect (or are affected by) climate change policy and science, financial modeling and optimization, regulatory policy and reform, macroeconomics, and financial markets.