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Richard J. McCarthy


Since 1991, Richard has acted as principal of Net Worth Management, a fee-only financial consulting and investment advisory firm in New Hampshire, as well as general partner of Palmyra Capital Management, LP. Previously, he worked for 16 years as an international management consultant, primarily with Arthur D. Little, Inc.

Richard has taught in the CFA review program of the Boston Security Analysts Society/Kaplan since 1996 and in the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) review program of Merrimack College from 2003 until 2013. As an adjunct faculty member at Merrimack, Richard has taught undergraduate finance courses in portfolio management, behavioral finance, derivatives and risk management, international financial management, and corporate finance. Since 2013, he has taught in the CFP review program of Suffolk University. Richard received SB degrees in Electrical Engineering and Management from MIT. In addition to the CFA charter, he also holds the Chartered Financial Consultant (ChFC) and Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU) designations.

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