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Reuters consulted Jim Barnes, Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his expert analysis of the Federal Reserve’s decision to hold interest rates steady. Jim explained that the Federal Reserve appears to be on hold for the near term.

As 2019 comes to a close, Bloomberg turned to Jeff Mills, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for insight on the year’s stock market performance. While a five percent pullback is still in the cards, Jeff explained he doesn’t expect an immediate end to the current bull market.

Jim Barnes, Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, shared his take on recent activity in the treasury markets with Reuters and explained why he anticipates uncertainty to linger for investors in the foreseeable future.

Jennifer Dempsey Fox, President of Wealth Management at Bryn Mawr Trust, authored an article for MarketWatch on how to teach adult children about finance. Jen recommended a variety of methods to prepare young adults for realities like the importance of credit scores and learning to negotiate your salary early on in your career.

CNBC turned to Jeff Mills, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his insight on the market rally. Jeff explained how investor sentiment surrounding trade issues has played a role in driving recent activity.

After the S&P 500, Dow and Nasdaq hit all-time highs, Jeff Mills, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, joined CNBC’s Trading Nation to discuss the current state of the market and trends he’s watching moving forward. Jeff explained why it’s important for investors to remain fully invested despite any short-term pullbacks in the market.

Jeff Mills, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, appeared live on CNBC’s Fast Money segment to take a look back at what’s led to recent all-time market highs. Jeff shared which areas of the market he believes have room to run well into 2020.

As recession concerns continue to mount, U.S. News & World Report featured Jim Barnes, Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his expert advice on how to construct fixed-income investments during an economic downturn. He outlined key ways to manage risk, including utilizing a barbell approach when incorporating corporate issuers within the bond portfolio.

Jeff Mills, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with Bloomberg for his take on how the market is reacting to doubts of a potential trade resolution for the U.S. and China. Although Jeff still sees a positive path, there is the possibility of intermittent setbacks.

Paul Gaudio, Wealth Planning Strategist at Bryn Mawr Trust’s Princeton-based Wealth Specialty office, spoke with Kiplinger about strategies for trimming your tax bill at year-end. Paul explained how deferring income and accelerating deductions can help investors to steer clear of potential underpayment penalties.

Amid the news of a pending U.S.-China phase one trade deal, Jeff Mills, Bryn Mawr Trust’s Chief Investment Officer, joined CNBC’s “Power Lunch” to discuss his market expectations moving into 2020. Jeff explained how interest rates and trade news could contribute to a cyclical rotation in the market.

The Associated Press turned to Jeff Mills, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his interpretation of trade negotiations between the U.S. and China. Jeff illustrated why each side has reason to strike a deal and how that leads him to be optimistic about a positive outcome.

Benzinga featured Jeff Mills, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, on the PreMarket Prep radio show to hear how he’s positioning client portfolios through year-end. Jeff explained why it’s important for investors to be patient at this point in the economic cycle and what he’s keeping his eye on as we head into 2020, including the Fed’s next course of action.

U.S. News & World Report turned to Jim Barnes, Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, for an in-depth look at money market mutual funds. Jim discussed why the SEC implemented guidelines to increase transparency in these funds and that it is always helpful for investors to carefully review the reforms associated with each fund.

After the Federal Reserve announced the third interest rate cut of a quarter point in 2019, Bloomberg consulted Jeff Mills, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for insight on this decision. Jeff explained that the Federal Reserve is working to moderate the market’s expectations.

Jeff Mills, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, served as a guest host on Yahoo! Finance to weigh in on how major geopolitical events are impacting financial markets. 

With earnings season in full swing, Bloomberg turned to Jeff Mills, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his expert market analysis. Jeff explained why he doesn’t expect upcoming earnings reports to elicit major market movements.

CNBC’s “Trading Nation” featured Jeff Mills, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, on a recent segment covering the latest market activity. Jeff shared his outlook for the remainder of 2019 and explained why he may take a more defensive stance through year-end.

Jeff Mills, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, discussed President Trump’s proposed trade deal with China and the market surge that followed on CNBC’s “Fast Money”. Jeff illustrated the importance of maintaining a broader view on all trade deals, including the ratification of NAFTA 2.0, when looking ahead at activity through year-end.

Amid the government’s considerations to restrict U.S. investments in China, Jeff Mills, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, joined CNBC’s “Fast Money” to discuss possible implications for the market. Jeff also explained how this decision could impact investors who receive international exposure via broad market indices.

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer Emeritus at Bryn Mawr Trust, joined Fox Business’ “The Claman Countdown” to share his insight on the current state of the markets and the consumer’s role in shaping our economy.

As the yield curve continues to invert, Jim Barnes, Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with Reuters to share what this means for fixed income investors. Jim explained how ongoing trade tensions are playing a role in today’s bond market activity.

U.S. News & World Report turned to Jim Barnes, Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his current evaluation of the municipal bond market. Considering the Federal Reserve’s recent interest rate cut and the tax advantages associated with municipal bonds, Jim expects investor demand will continue for the remainder of 2019.

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer of Bryn Mawr Trust, joined CNBC’s Power Lunch to discuss recent economic activity. While favoring domestic stocks with more reasonable valuations, BMT is keeping a close eye on trade discussions and market volatility for clients.

Bloomberg turned to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for insight on the rebound of the S&P 500 following recent bouts of volatility and why he doesn’t expect the volatility to subside overnight.

Following the release of the July jobs report, Bloomberg consulted Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his analysis of the new data. Ernie explained why the firm doesn’t anticipate that the results of this report to have as great of an impact on the U.S. economic growth narrative and the markets, relative to the latest trade war rhetoric.

NBCNews.com turned to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his analysis of the most recent GDP report. Ernie explained that trade policies are having an effect on corporate capital spending plans, as highlighted on second quarter earnings calls.

U.S. News & World Report consulted Jim Barnes, Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, about the benefits of preferred stock and when it might have a place in an investor’s portfolio. Jim explained that preferred stock may be attractive to investors seeking alternatives to fixed income in low-yielding environments.

Following the G-20 summit, NBCNews.com consulted Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, about how trade deal progress between the U.S. and China is driving global markets. Ernie explained that President Trump’s decision to postpone further tariffs on China is providing investors relief in the short term.

Ahead of President Trump’s meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping, CNBC.com spoke with Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, about the state of global markets. Ernie explained why the market is eager to receive news of a specific timeline for resolution of trade discussions.

MarketWatch consulted Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his market analysis after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell indicated that they will continue to monitor the economy before issuing an interest-rate cut. Ernie explained how continued uncertainty in the Fed’s language impacts the markets.

Following President Trump’s remarks over the conflict with Iran, Bloomberg turned to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for insight on why this event drove market fluctuations. Ernie explained that the tensions create short-term uncertainty in the markets, but expects a resolution on this matter in the long term.

Acorns’ Grow, a CNBC.com affiliate, sought expert market insight from Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, at 2019’s halfway point. Ernie provided his outlook for the markets through June and beyond as trade negotiations between the U.S. and China continue.

For its mid-year investing guide, Money consulted Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for an updated analysis of the markets. Ernie articulated how even the slightest change in the Fed’s decision to raise interest rates in the future can have a profound impact on our economy and the pricing of financial assets.

As the U.S.-China trade conflict simmered, Reuters turned to Jim Barnes, Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his insight on how those negotiations were being reflected in bond market activity. Jim noted that while things are generally more positive, uncertainty is still in the air.

U.S. News & World Report consulted Jim Barnes, Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, to learn what investors should know about bond ratings. Jim urged investors do their homework with any bond purchase to ensure they are comfortable with the associated credit risk.

Following the stock market’s two percent pullback, Bloomberg turned to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for insight on the magnitude of this selloff. Despite the substantial decline, Ernie reminded investors that the market had recovered nearly all it had lost in the fourth quarter.

As trade tensions between the U.S. and China re-ignite, USA Today turned to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his market analysis. Ernie explained that the market had likely priced in substantial progress towards resolving trade negotiations and thus fluctuated as a result of the latest tariff threats.

U.S. News & World Report consulted Jennifer Dempsey Fox, President of Wealth Management at Bryn Mawr Trust, about how single moms should prepare financially for their family’s future. Despite the demands that come with single parenting, Jen encouraged prioritizing retirement savings and maintaining an emergency fund.

Jim Barnes, Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with Bloomberg about technological advancements designed to streamline the process of obtaining allocations of new debt. Jim noted that he is keeping a close eye on this development to see how it could improve the fixed income investment process.

The Wall Street Journal consulted Jim Barnes, Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, about the best investment strategies for retirees amid a low interest rate environment. Jim noted the advantages of short-maturity corporate bonds and cautioned retirees against investments with greater potential for risk and price volatility, such as lower-rated, high-yield corporate bonds.

CNBC.com turned to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his market analysis following the latest corporate earnings reports. Ernie pointed to the healthcare sector as an area investors should continue to watch closely amid political tensions and potential regulatory changes.

Jim Barnes, Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with Kiplinger about the advantages of municipal bond funds. Jim explained that individuals in a high marginal tax bracket are in a good position to benefit from tax free municipal bond income.

Barron’s consulted Jim Barnes, Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, to discuss how to build a bond ladder as a source of reliable income in retirement. While this strategy is particularly beneficial in uncertain interest rate environments, Jim explained that AAA-rated municipal bonds and corporate bonds are slightly riskier but can offer better yields than alternatives.

As U.S.-China trade negotiations linger on, Bloomberg consulted Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer of Bryn Mawr Trust, to discuss how markets are reacting as a result. Ernie explained that negative news headlines, such as those covering the trade war, create uncertainty and, therefore, cause markets to fluctuate.

Given the recent yield curve inversion, NBCNews.com turned to Jim Barnes, Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, to learn what this means for investors. Jim explained that while the current inversion appears to be modest, the weakness of the global economy could impact U.S. markets.

As geopolitical tensions continue to weigh on global markets, CNBC.com consulted Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his insight on potential implications to the U.S. economy. Ernie spoke to impacts on domestic hiring and wage growth in particular and explained why he is closely monitoring this data on behalf of clients.

In honor of Women’s History Month, Philadelphia Magazine asked Jennifer Dempsey Fox, President of Wealth Management at Bryn Mawr Trust, to share her career advice for the next generation of business leaders. Jen discussed how important it is for young women to live their core values in the workplace.

Financial Advisor Magazine turned to Jim Barnes, Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his insight on the most advantageous times to leverage municipal bonds. Given the newly implemented limitations on state and local tax deductions, Jim explained that higher earning individuals are often better positioned to realize the most benefit from tax-free municipal bonds.

MarketWatch turned to Jim Barnes, Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his latest take on Treasury markets. Jim spoke specifically to how recent activity has fluctuated as a result of a slowdown in domestic manufacturing.

Lindsay Saling, Retail Strategy Team Lead at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with U.S. News & World Report about how to deposit checks via mobile applications. Lindsay outlined some best practices for mobile deposits, including familiarizing yourself with the deposit limits and ensuring you have confirmed all deposit details with your financial institution.

Lindsay Saling, Retail Strategy Team Lead at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with U.S. News & World Report to share key benefits of overdraft protection for checking accounts. Lindsay highlighted advantages of Bryn Mawr Trust’s overdraft protection offering, including reduced transfer fees.

As Bryce Harper signs one of the biggest contracts in MLB history, the Philadelphia Business Journal turned to Jennifer Dempsey Fox, President of Wealth Management at Bryn Mawr Trust, for her advice on how he should manage his millions. Jennifer explained why the newest addition to the Philadelphia Phillies should consider his long-term goals before implementing an official financial plan. Additionally, Jennifer outlined financial considerations unique to professional athletes, such as planning around shorter than average career timelines and donating to philanthropic organizations.

Barron’s turned to Paul Gaudio, Wealth Planning Strategist at Bryn Mawr Trust’s Princeton-based Wealth Specialty Office, for advice on how pre-retirees can minimize the financial impact of a divorce. Paul stressed the importance of updating estate planning documents and evaluating health insurance alternatives, especially for those who were previously covered under a spouse’s plan.

After four interest rate hikes in 2018, U.S. News & World Report spoke to Jim Barnes, Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, about why investors should reevaluate their fixed income allocations. Given the expected slowing economic growth, Jim suggested investors reassess the amount of credit exposure within portfolios and consider favoring higher quality issuers over weaker credits.

As investors analyzed the last jobs report of 2018, The Associated Press turned to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his interpretation of the new data and how the markets reacted as a result.

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke to Bloomberg about market volatility at the start of 2019. Ernie explained how political noise can distract investors from the healthy state of the economy and reports of earnings growth.

U.S. News & World Report called upon Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, to highlight potential areas of opportunity for investors to consider in 2019. Ernie discussed what he will be keeping a close eye on in the New Year from sectors like technology, consumer discretionary, energy, telecommunications and aerospace.

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with Bloomberg about BMT’s outlook on the markets after Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin dismissed rumors that Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell would be removed from his position. While this news boosted U.S. futures in the short-term, Ernie explained that the markets are indicating a high possibility of a Fed policy error.

As volatility continues in the U.S. markets, Bloomberg called upon Jim Barnes, Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, to explain recent bond and equity market activity. According to Jim, investors are focused on the upcoming Federal Reserve meeting next week as well as ongoing developments around trade negotiations.

As U.S. markets hit correction territory at year-end, Bloomberg turned to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for expert insight. Ernie put the latest drawback in perspective and explained that the market is repricing stocks to normalize their growth rates.

As the Federal Reserve convened for one of its final meetings of 2018, Reuters called upon Jim Barnes, Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, to find out what he is interested to learn at the conclusion of the Nov. 8 FOMC meeting.

As the Federal Reserve convened for one of its final meetings of 2018, Reuters called upon Jim Barnes, Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, to find out what he is interested to learn at the conclusion of the Nov. 8 FOMC meeting.

With the U.S. national debt at $21.5 trillion, U.S. News & World Report spoke to Jim Barnes, Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, to discuss the implications of the growing national debt on investors. Jim explained that as the budget deficit increases, the government issues more Treasury securities, which may lead to lower prices and higher interest rates for bondholders.

With equity markets advancing strongly to the upside, CNBC turned to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his insights on potential risks to the market rally. Ernie explained that his team monitors a number of indicators, such as wage growth and the slope of the yield curve, that may signal the onset of faster inflation, a potential risk to the bull market.

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with CNBC.com to explain how potential regulation for social media companies and valuation concerns can impact stocks in the tech sector.

As geopolitical tensions simmered in late August, Jim Barnes, Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with Reuters to explain how these events are impacting fixed income markets. 

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with Bloomberg about the ongoing bull market, which is currently the longest ever to be recorded. Ernie weighed the risks associated with today’s all-time market highs and explained that the length of the bull market itself isn’t a cause for concern.

Fox Business called upon Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, to provide an update on the U.S. economy. Ernie explained the importance of maintaining a diversified portfolio over the long term in order to weather market storms.

Jennifer Dempsey Fox, President of Wealth Management at Bryn Mawr Trust, provided expert commentary to U.S. News & World Report on whether parents should ask their children to pitch in on household expenses. Jennifer encouraged parents to approach finances in a way that works best for their family and teach their children the value of a dollar.

Reuters turned to Jim Barnes, Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, for expert commentary on bond market activity. Jim explained how recent trade tensions have increased the demand for bonds as a safe haven, although expected U.S. Treasury issuance may put upward pressure on bond yields.

In an article on the day’s market activity, CNBC.com turned to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for expert commentary on recent earnings reports. Ernie noted that high-performing companies with earnings that fall below expectations are being punished more harshly this earnings season.

CNBC.com turned to Jennifer Dempsey Fox, President of Bryn Mawr Trust Wealth Management, for expert advice on how new investors can build and maintain wealth. Jennifer emphasized the importance of asking questions in order to move forward with any financial goals.

Investor’s Business Daily turned to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for BMT’s market outlook for the rest of 2018. Ernie explained how the firm analyzes various indicators, such as the performance of small-cap stocks, to determine the likelihood of a recession.

In a recent NerdWallet article, Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, provided expert commentary on two of investors’ most pressing concerns this summer – the possibility of an inverted yield curve and rising interest rates. In response to these developments, Ernie recommended keeping your portfolio diversified, as well as allocating more to small-cap stocks and bonds with shorter-duration maturities.

As Amazon’s purchase of PillPack shook up the pharmaceutical industry this week, Bloomberg turned to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for comment. Ernie underscored the often-disruptive nature of Amazon’s rumored and actual intrusions to business models.

In a roundup of the day’s market activity, Bloomberg turned to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for BMT’s view on the behavior of the equity markets. Ernie explained that fundamental factors (economic growth, strong corporate earnings, relatively benign interest rates) have been the primary drivers of financial asset pricing, as headline events (North Korea, Iran, trade, etc.) instill a measure of volatility over shorter time periods.

U.S. News & World Report sought expert insight from Paul Gaudio, Wealth Planning Strategist at Bryn Mawr Trust’s Princeton-based Wealth Specialty office, on how parents should adjust their financial plans once their kids leave the nest. Paul advised against collecting any new debts and underscored the importance of building retirement savings during this period of transition.

Bloomberg turned to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his latest take on market activity. Ernie explained that BMT monitors three key factors for their influence on markets: economic growth, earnings, and interest rates.

As the U.S. announced its stance on the Iran Nuclear Deal, Bloomberg asked Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, about how this is impacting stock market activity. As markets often fluctuate amid geopolitical tensions, Ernie indicated that today’s announcement was largely in line with expectations.

EY today announced that Bryn Mawr Trust CEO Frank Leto is a finalist for the Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2018 Award in the Greater Philadelphia region. The awards program recognizes entrepreneurs who are excelling in areas such as innovation, financial performance and personal commitment to their businesses and communities. Mr. Leto was selected as a finalist by a panel of independent judges. Award winners will be announced at a special gala event on June 14 at The Kimmel Center for Performing Arts.

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with Bloomberg to decipher corporate earnings reports. Ernie explained that in addition to earnings data, he is also monitoring how rising interest rates and geopolitical tensions may impact the markets.

In the midst of earnings season, The Wall Street Journal asked Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, how he is analyzing these reports on behalf of clients and what they indicate about the overall health of the market.

As concerns of a flattening yield curve persist, Jim Barnes, Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with Reuters to put things into perspective. Jim pointed to positive economic growth trends as one of the main reasons why he doesn’t believe investors will see a flattening this year.

As we approach the end of tax season, U.S. News & World Report asked Paul Gaudio, Wealth Planning Strategist at Bryn Mawr Trust’s Princeton-based Wealth Specialty office, how investors can lower their tax bills for next year. Paul explained how he helps clients find opportunities to minimize tax liabilities and build wealth.

With the financial markets experiencing a great deal of volatility, CNBC.com turned to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his views on the situation. Ernie explained that most of the recent volatility has been a function of external issues such as events in Syria and Russia, discussions about trade and tariffs, and revelations about privacy on social media platforms, while the fundamental issues driving stock prices – economic expansion and corporate earnings – have been strong and supportive of equity prices.

In the event your spouse passes away before you, do you have a plan in place to preserve your nest egg? Paul Gaudio, Wealth Planning Strategist at Bryn Mawr Trust’s Princeton-based Wealth Specialty office, explained to Kiplinger’s Retirement Report the importance of adjusting your financial plan to account for the loss of one Social Security benefit.

CNBC.com sought expert insight from Jennifer Dempsey Fox, President of Wealth Management at Bryn Mawr Trust, on the financial consequences associated with having your adult children move back home after graduating from college. Jen explained how to maintain your nest egg and ensure you’re on track for retirement, while lending the necessary assistance to your children.

Bryn Mawr Trust Chief Investment Officer Ernie Cecilia recently joined veteran finance journalist Chuck Jaffe on the MoneyLife Show podcast. Ernie discussed BMT’s investment methodology and where the firm sees opportunity for investors in the coming months.

Paul Gaudio, Wealth Planning Strategist at Bryn Mawr Trust’s Princeton-based Wealth Specialty office, spoke to U.S. News & World Report about the scenarios that should prompt investors to revisit their wills. Paul suggested that significant life events and changes to the tax laws are two catalysts that may require updates to inheritance documents.

As tech stocks plunged this week, Bloomberg turned to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, to discuss what’s driving the selloff. Ernie indicated that disruptions in the businesses of expensively valued stocks, such as selected social media issues, can reduce investor confidence and lead to an increase in volatility.

Bloomberg called upon Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his take on how markets reacted to the appointment of John Bolton as President Trump’s new National Security Advisor. Ernie explained that the market’s perception is that the appointment of Mr. Bolton could eventually be a positive for defense stocks, given Bolton’s hawkish approach in handling negotiations with other countries.

To help put the recent market correction into perspective, Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with Bloomberg about how current activity compares to that of previous years. He underscored the point that the breadth of the retracement in price from the recent market lows of Feb. 8 has been narrow and not broad-based, and he cautioned against assuming that this round of volatility has ended.

CNBC.com turned to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his thoughts on the top-performing sectors in today’s market. Ernie pointed to financials and banks as potentially attractive areas for investors in light of rising interest rates and strong earnings data.

As market activity continues to fluctuate, CNBC.com asked Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, what investors can expect next. Ernie explained he’s monitoring rising interest rates and inflation as key factors that could influence future market movements.

Jim Barnes, Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with U.S. News & World Report about how the bond market fared in light of recent stock market activity. Jim reminded investors that it’s important for investors to maintain diversified portfolios to manage risk during periods of elevated financial market volatility.

Barron’s asked Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, about the recent interruption to the long-running bull market. Ernie explained that the direction of monetary policy…

In light of recent market swings, Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with Bloomberg to explain how investors should position their portfolios.

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with The Associated Press about the current state of the markets and potential triggers behind the recent pullback. Ernie suggested that the current market sell-off is being prompted by positive news of a strengthening economy and the likelihood of rising interest rates, and is not like the issues investors faced in 2008.

In light of recent market turmoil, Jim Barnes, Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with MarketWatch to discuss the impact of volatility on Treasury yields. Jim pointed out that he’s watching the Federal Reserve to see if this environment will impact its decisions on rate hikes in the near future.

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with Bloomberg about how current market activity is impacting investor portfolios. Despite minor fluctuations in bond and equity markets, Ernie explained the importance of remaining diversified across various asset classes in a long-term investment strategy. To read the article, you may access Bloomberg’s website

U.S. News & World Report turned to Jim Barnes, Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, for expert insight on what rising inflation means for income investors. With inflation still relatively low, Jim explained how investors can prepare their fixed income investments now for when inflation does rise. To read the article, you may

The Wall Street Journal sought expert insight from Jim Barnes, Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, on current bond market activity. Jim explained how he’s evaluating Treasury yields on behalf of clients in a rising rate environment. To read the article, you may access The Wall Street Journal’s website

After the first Federal Reserve meeting of 2018, CNBC.com turned to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his take on how the Fed’s statement impacted market activity. Ernie also explained that he’s keeping an eye on inflation data, as it’s one of the key factors the Fed examines when determining to raise interest rates.

Lisa Piergallini, Senior Vice President and Wealth Advisor at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with U.S. News & World Report about how she helps clients calculate their net worth. Lisa underscored the importance of diversifying the assets that make up net worth, as not all assets can be easily converted to cash in the event of an emergency.

In light of the Federal Reserve’s interest rate hike this past December, Investor’s Business Daily turned to Jim Barnes, Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his thoughts on how rising rates impact fixed income markets. Jim pointed to inflation as a key factor that may impact the pace of future interest rate increases.

Bryn Mawr Bank has tapped the CEO of a recently acquired bank to become president of its banking division. The $4.3 billion-asset company said in a press release Friday that Kevin Tylus also joined its board, where he will serve on the risk management and wealth committees. Tylus will report directly to Frank Leto, Bryn

CBS MoneyWatch sought out Jim Barnes, Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his reaction to the last Federal Reserve meeting of 2017. Jim commented on the positively revised economic growth projections by the Fed and the potential for corporate earnings to rise within a growing economy.

As 2017 draws to a close, Bloomberg reached out to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his thoughts on current market activity. Ernie pointed to the upcoming Federal Reserve meeting and pending tax reform legislation as events that could move the markets during the last few weeks of the year.

As Congress continues to address tax reform, The Associated Press turned to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, to discuss the impact on market performance. Ernie explained that the proposed tax changes will likely have different effects on different industries and companies. Banks and telecommunication companies, for example, potentially stand to benefit more significantly than information technology companies, given the present draft.

Paul Gaudio, Wealth Planning Strategist at Bryn Mawr Trust’s Wealth Specialty office in Princeton, explained to The Wall Street Journal how he helps investors determine how much of their portfolio should be held in cash. Paul emphasized the importance of working with a professional who understands your situation to determine portfolio allocation, as there is

After Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen announced her resignation, Bloomberg asked Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, what this means for the markets. Ernie said he believes investors will likely see minimal market disruption, as nominated chair Jerome Powell has views similar to Yellen. To read the article, you may access Bloomberg’s

CentralJersey.com highlighted Beth Walsh, Senior Vice President and Group Leader at Bryn Mawr Trust’s Wealth Specialty office in Princeton, as a loyal, active participant in the community and acknowledged her leadership and wealth management skills at BMT. As treasurer of the Princeton Public Library Foundation and a member of the Foundation’s board of directors and

U.S. News & World Report turned to Jim Barnes, Senior Vice President and Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, in anticipation of an interest rate hike at the Fed’s December meeting. Jim offered his take on how investors should reevaluate their exposure to bonds, but underscored the importance of consulting with a fixed

With consumer spending at record highs, Kiplinger asked Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, to interpret the implications for the U.S. economy. Ernie explained that consumers make up a significant portion of our country’s GDP and therefore are the engine that keeps our economy moving. To read the article, you may access

CNBC.com turned to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, to discuss the factors driving positive market performance. Ernie suggested better-than-expected company earnings are propelling the current market upswing. To read the article, you may access CNBC’s website  

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, joined veteran finance journalist Chuck Jaffe on the MoneyLife podcast to discuss Bryn Mawr Trust’s investment strategy. Ernie explained that the BMT team looks for consistent earnings growth and positive stock performance when making decisions for clients’ portfolios. To listen to the podcast (Ernie joined at

Bloomberg turned to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his take on current market activity. Ernie suggested keeping an eye on earnings reports and potential tax reform as possible market catalysts. To read the article, you may access Bloomberg’s website

Fox Business invited Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, on air to discuss how consumer spending habits may impact the markets this holiday season. Ernie pointed to strong jobs data and increased consumer confidence as economic evidence for strong consumer spending through year-end. To watch the video, you may access the Fox

In the midst of earnings season, CNBC turned to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for analysis of the markets’ reaction to the reports released thus far. Ernie explained that earnings remain the key driver of stock prices, and he noted that, to date, 2017 has been a positive year for revenue

Ellen Jordan, Senior Vice President and Women’s Wealth Advisor at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with Investor’s Business Daily about how Bryn Mawr Trust offers financial planning services specifically geared toward women. Ellen explained that through the program Inspired Women’s Wealth, she helps women navigate complex financial obstacles and develop a plan aimed at growing their

Because those who cosign a loan are often unaware of the risks, DailyWorth asked Mary Jane Corzel, Senior Vice President at Bryn Mawr Trust’s Retail Credit Center, about the ways that taking on someone else’s debt can impact the cosigner’s finances. Mary Jane discussed possible consequences for cosigners when they are unaware of their liability, such as deductions

In light of stocks hitting record highs, U.S. News & World Report sought analysis from Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, about whether the bull market can continue its historic run. Ernie pointed to two things that could slow down the markets: a disappointing earnings season and the Fed’s discontinuation of its

Bloomberg turned to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his thoughts on investor sentiment in light of recent market fluctuations. Ernie explained that North Korea is an external event creating volatility in a period when market internals are beginning to become seasonally less supportive. To read the article, you may access

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, joined Fox Business live to weigh in on current market activity. Despite the escalation of geopolitical tensions with North Korea, Ernie explained that investors should remain calm and that market volatility will emanate internally from earnings and valuation issues. To watch the video, you may access

Anne Stulpin, Loan Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, discusses the hot housing market, where homes are selling within hours of being listed. Anne explained the difference between getting a home and missing out; where buyers need to know how much they can afford; along with getting pre-qualified before searching for what can be the biggest

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, shared BMT’s market outlook with Reuters. Ernie explained that tax and regulatory reform is an important element in sustaining the economic expansion and equity index levels. To read the syndicated article, you may access The New York Times’ website

CNBC turned to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for BMT’s take on recent market activity, with a focus on the Dodd-Frank and Fed stress tests. To read the article, you may access CNBC’s website

MarketWatch sought expert insight from Jim Barnes, Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, about recent activity in the bond market. Jim explained that his team pays close attention to remarks made by the Fed, as they could indicate the pace of future interest rate hikes. To read the article, you may access MarketWatch’s

Mary Jane Corzel, Senior Vice President of Bryn Mawr Trust’s Retail Credit Center, spoke with U.S. News & World Report about applying for a home equity line of credit. Mary Jane outlined various scenarios where a HELOC would and wouldn’t be appropriate, as well as discussed how they are affected by rising interest rates. To

Bob McLaughlin, Senior Vice President and Director of Mortgage at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with CNNMoney about key steps for first-time homebuyers. Bob suggested getting pre-qualified for a loan and carefully reviewing a budget in order to make more informed decisions while house-hunting. To read the article, you may access CNN Money’s website here. Bryn

In announcing Bryn Mawr Trust’s plan to open an office in Princeton focusing on wealth management services, U.S. 1 Newspaper wrote, “When Bryn Mawr Trust wanted to open a Princeton-area branch for its wealth management division, it didn’t start from scratch. Instead, the company hired a team of financial professionals who were already well known

NerdWallet spoke with Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, about what the BMT investment team is watching in the markets as we approach the halfway point of 2017. Ernie explained that among the key upcoming events in June is the FOMC meeting, as a decision not to raise the Fed Funds rate

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, joined Nightly Business Report to share his market outlook. During the appearance, he outlined characteristics of attractive stocks he and his team are evaluating on behalf of clients. To watch the interview, you may access Nightly Business Report’s website (Ernie’s appearance starts at 15:57).  

DailyWorth asked T. Michelle Jones, CFP, Vice President and Portfolio Manager at Bryn Mawr Trust, about the top qualities investors should look for when choosing a financial advisor. Michelle underscored the importance of seeking an advisor who has professional credentials, a strong personal relationship with clients, and the ability to deliver a comprehensive financial plan.

FoxBusiness.com called upon Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, to explain why the CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) hit its lowest level since 1993. Although the VIX indicates that we likely won’t experience volatility in the near future, Ernie stressed that it’s important to follow a long-term investment strategy and be prepared for

Many career-oriented women struggle to manage their finances and simultaneously raise a family. This balancing act can be overwhelming at times, and it’s something that Ellen Jordan, CFP, Senior Vice President and Women’s Wealth Advisor at Bryn Mawr Trust, helps her clients navigate. Ellen works with many highly motivated women seeking to take charge of

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with Marketplace about why the CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) dropped to low levels that haven’t been seen in almost 25 years. Ernie observed that the VIX, which measures expected volatility in the market, has declined as corporate earnings releases, recently released economic data reports (such

Following France’s historic presidential election, CNBC.com sought expert analysis from Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, about how this event impacted markets. Ernie explained that the team closely monitors transpiring geopolitical events on behalf of its clients, as they can impact market behavior. To read the article, you may access CNBC’s website   

Powers Craft Parker & Beard, Inc., a division of Bryn Mawr Trust providing insurance and risk management services, recently earned the Travelers Silver Level Mid-Atlantic Elite Agency Award. Based on results for 2016, the award recognizes account retention, profitability of book, and new business, among other factors. This is the award’s inaugural year, and only

The Associated Press turned to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his market analysis regarding the strength in the markets on April 24-25. Ernie explained there were a number of positive developments, including the favorable start to first quarter earnings reporting season. To read the syndicated article, you may access The

Jim Barnes, Senior Vice President and Director of Fixed Income at Bryn Mawr Trust, shared strategies for investing in municipal bonds with U.S. News & World Report. Jim explained that investors in higher tax brackets should consider municipal bonds as fixed income investments due to their tax exemption. To read the article, you may access

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with TheStreet to share BMT’s current market outlook. Ernie explained that his team is keeping a close eye on tax-reform proposals made by the new administration, as those changes could significantly impact company valuations. To read the article, you may access TheStreet’s website  

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with CNBC.com to explain how the prospect of policy changes by the presidential administration is affecting market activity. To read the article, you may access CNBC’s website  

Most people associate spring cleaning with getting their house straightened up, but Ellen Jordan, CFP, Senior Vice President at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke to U.S. News & World Report about why retirement savers should also use this time of year as an opportunity to check in on their nest eggs and goals. Ellen explained why

Veteran financial journalist Chuck Jaffe welcomed Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, to his MoneyLife Show to discuss the markets. Ernie explained his team’s process for analyzing stocks before they decide to incorporate them into client portfolios. Listen to the interview below: http://www.bmt.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/170322-Market-Call-with-Ernie-Cecilia.mp3 Transcript 170322-Market-Call-with-Ernie-Cecilia [MUSIC PLAYING] [AUDIO INTRODUCTION] Are you playing

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, joined NPR Marketplace to provide BMT’s outlook as markets hit new highs the day after President Trump’s first address to a joint session of Congress. Ernie offered insight as to the focus of the president’s speech and why the equity markets were reacting positively. To listen

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, shared the firm’s outlook regarding utility stocks with Bloomberg. Ernie explained how stock prices in the Utility sector have shifted since the presidential election and then recovered more recently, given the uncertain timing and extent of tax and regulatory reform measures. To read the article, you

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with TheStreet to provide BMT’s views on the markets and possible tax and regulatory reforms that have been put forth in a broad manner by the new administration and Congress. Ernie commented that BMT anticipates short-term volatility in both the bond and equity markets, as

Michelle Jones, CFP, Vice President and Portfolio Manager at Bryn Mawr Trust, joined the Money Tree Investing Podcast to explain how investors negatively impact their long-term financial goals when they allow their emotions to sway their decisions. Michelle emphasized the importance of working with a professional investment manager, who can help investors stay focused on

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with CNBC.com to explain how President Donald Trump’s tax plan could impact the markets. Ernie cautioned investors against painting in broad strokes as proposed tax cuts for corporations may affect companies differently. To read the article, you may access CNBC’s website  

Reuters sought expert insight from Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, about what’s driving market behavior most recently. Ernie explained that the markets are awaiting specifics on the substance and timing of policy changes by the Trump administration and the new Congress. To read the article, you may access Reuters’ website  

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with CNBC.com to share his market outlook. Ernie explained that he and the BMT investment team are keeping a close watch on the timing and shape of tax cuts and regulatory changes coming from the new administration. In particular, BMT’s focus is on the timing

U.S. News & World Report called upon Ellen Jordan, CFP, Senior Vice President at Bryn Mawr Trust, to explain how women can plan ahead for health care costs in retirement. Ellen emphasized the importance of frequently assessing retirement savings strategies and researching long-term care options in advance. To read the article, you may access U.S.

In a story about the implications of inflation on consumers and the economy, The Philadelphia Inquirer included Bryn Mawr Trust’s outlook, noting that the firm expects volatility in the months ahead. To read the article, you may access the Inquirer’s website here. By clicking on the link above, you will leave the Bryn Mawr Trust

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with Barron’s to share BMT’s extensive research on European consumer-goods stock Unilever. When deciding to invest in international stocks like Unilever, Ernie explained that his team analyzes where (geographically) the company generates sales, the types of acquisitions made by the company, and the consistency and

CNBC.com called upon Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for expert insight about the markets’ reaction to President-elect Donald Trump’s recent press conference. Ernie explained the importance of paying close attention to announcements from the new administration about its policies, and that details (structure) and timing matter greatly to the financial markets.

Michelle Jones, CFP, Vice President and Portfolio Manager at Bryn Mawr Trust, explained to TheStreet how she helps clients make important investment and financial planning decisions without letting their emotions lead them astray. Michelle mentioned that education is the key to controlling emotions. She also emphasized the value of working with a financial professional who

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with The Wall Street Journal to share his market outlook at year-end. Ernie explained that he will continue to keep a close eye on equities in 2017, especially as the new administration’s cabinet selections and policies come into focus. To read the article, you may

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer of Bryn Mawr Trust, appeared on Fox Business News to discuss where his team is finding value in this post-election market. Ernie said the team sees medical technology companies as an area of potential opportunity. To watch the video, you may access the Fox website here. By clicking on the

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, joined the MoneyLife Show, an investment internet radio show hosted by MarketWatch senior columnist Chuck Jaffe. Ernie discussed Bryn Mawr Trust’s investment methodology and explained the sectors that the team is finding value in on behalf of clients. You may listen to the interview here. By

Reuters sought expert insight from Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, about the continued post-election stock market rally. To read the article, you may access Reuters’ website here. By clicking on the link above, you will leave the Bryn Mawr Trust website and be directed to another website that is not operated

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, explained to The Philadelphia Inquirer how certain market sectors will be affected by a Donald Trump presidency. In particular, Ernie discussed how banks and big pharma could thrive in the near term. To read the article, you may access the Inquirer’s website here. By clicking on

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, joined The Wall Street Journal’s “What’s News” podcast to discuss the market rally the day after Thanksgiving. Ernie also offered expert insight about how the Senate staying in GOP hands could give President-elect Trump a better chance to enact pro-business policies. To listen to the podcast,

CNBC.com sought expert insight from Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, about recent market activity. Ernie discussed how markets are beginning to consolidate gains in the wake of the Trump election and the Republicans holding the Senate and the House. To read the article, you may access CNBC’s website here. By clicking

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, explained to U.S. News & World Report how President-elect Donald Trump’s policies – along with the Republican majority in both Houses of Congress – might impact the Health Care sector. To read the article, you may access U.S. News & World Report’s website here. By clicking

BMT Wealth Management’s investment team offers a commentary on the market’s reaction to the results of the presidential election. To read the commentary, click here.

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with Reuters on Election Day to weigh in on market activity. Ernie compared the uncertainty of the U.S. election results to the lead up to the Brexit vote, and he explained why stocks are flat as a result. To read the article, you may access

Reuters sought expert insight from Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, about current market activity. Ernie explained why uncertainty ahead of the U.S. presidential election can cause unusual market behavior. To read the article, you may access Reuters’ website here. Ernie’s comments also ran in another Reuters’ article, available here. By clicking

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, provided analysis of recent market movements in an interview with Bloomberg. Ernie drew upon his 30 years of experience in the financial industry to provide context behind market fluctuations and commented on investors’ mindset a few days before the U.S. presidential election. To read the article,

BMT Wealth Management’s Economic & Market Quarterly takes a long view of the third quarter and offers insights into what we expect for the balance of 2016 and the coming year. It is available here.

CNBC.com sought expert insight from Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, about current market activity. Ernie explained what could prompt the Federal Reserve to increase interest rates, and why he’s keeping an eye on its December meeting on behalf of his clients. To read the article, you may access CNBC’s website here.

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with Bloomberg to weigh in on recent market activity. To read the article, you may access Bloomberg’s website here. By clicking on the link above, you will leave the Bryn Mawr Trust website and be directed to another website that is not operated or controlled

Bryn Mawr, Pa., October 13, 2016 – Bryn Mawr Bank Corporation (NASDAQ: BMTC), parent of The Bryn Mawr Trust Company (Bryn Mawr Trust), announced today that it has appointed Mary Rose Hill, CFP®, CTFA, as Vice President and Wealth Advisor in Bryn Mawr Trust’s Wealth Management Division. Ms. Hill joined the company on October 6. “Mary

Reuters called upon Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his take on the markets this week and how current events are impacting their activity. To read the article, you may access Reuters’ website here. By clicking on the link above, you will leave the Bryn Mawr Trust website and be directed

How may proposed federal tax regulations affect transfers of interest in family-controlled entities such as family corporations, partnerships, or LLCs? BMT Wealth Management addresses the issue here.

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with Reuters about the positive market reaction to the recently released ADP employment data. Ernie explained that The ADP National Employment report is one of the many economic data sets the Fed analyzes to determine when to raise interest rates. To read the article, you

The Associated Press called upon Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his take on the markets. Ernie explained how a recent uptick in M&A activity across different sectors could impact the bottom lines of companies involved. He is keeping a close eye on company growth as we head into third quarter

Ernie Cecilia, Bryn Mawr Trust’s Chief Investment Officer, joined The Wall Street Journal’s “What’s News” podcast to share his market outlook at the beginning of the fourth quarter of 2016. Ernie explained that he is closely following events such as the presidential election, central bank activity, and upcoming jobs reports to see how they impact

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, appeared live on Fox Business’ “Countdown to the Closing Bell” to discuss what is driving the markets. Ernie explained why he is monitoring the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy and how any changes will affect portfolios and investors. To watch the video, you may access the Fox

CNBC.com sought expert insight from Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, about the factors affecting market movements. Ernie explained that his team monitors a variety of indicators, including economic data and mergers and acquisition trends, to determine areas of potential value. To read the article, you may access CNBC’s website here. By

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with Reuters to explain what he’s observing in the stock market. Ernie explained that because the Fed is so data-dependent in its decision making, he carefully monitors economic data on behalf of his clients. To read the article, you may access Reuters’ website here. By

The Wall Street Journal solicited insight from Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, about how the Federal Reserve’s recent remarks on interest rates are impacting stock market activity. To read the article, you may access the website here. By clicking on the link above, you will leave the Bryn Mawr Trust website and

Adelina Kieffer, Senior Vice President at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with LifeHealthPro about the most common mistakes estate executors make. Adelina explained many of these missteps can be avoided by planning ahead and consulting with a trained professional. To read the article, you may access the website here. By clicking on the link above, you will

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with CNBC.com about current market activity ahead of Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen’s upcoming speech. Ernie explained he pays close attention to the remarks made by members of the Fed, as they could offer clarity on the timing of future interest rate increases. To read

Bloomberg solicited insight from Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, about recent activity in the stock market. Ernie explained that for the purposes of a long-term investment strategy, it’s important to evaluate market fluctuations on a long-term basis, rather than just looking at one day’s gains or losses. To read the article,

CNBC.com called upon Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for analysis of a recent market rally. Ernie discussed the kind of trading activity he expects to see the rest of the summer and how investors are viewing equities relative to other investment options. To read the article, you may access CNBC’s website

Ellen Jordan, CFP, Senior Vice President at Bryn Mawr Trust, joined the Money Tree Investing Podcast to explain how female breadwinners can enhance their wealth. Ellen discussed investing challenges women face today, and how she helps her female clients overcome these roadblocks to become more comfortable with their financial plan. To listen to the podcast,

Bryn Mawr Trust’s financial experts have examined economic and financial market trends in a white paper and suggest that investors should consider lowering cash flow and spending assumptions to accommodate an expected period of lower inflation, profitability, and returns. Download Whitepaper  

Bloomberg turned to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for analysis of how various market sectors will perform before and immediately following the 2016 presidential election. Ernie explained why the Bryn Mawr Trust team is keeping a close eye on the healthcare sector in particular. To read the article, you may access

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, shared with U.S. News & World Report why the Bryn Mawr Trust investment team pays close attention to the Fed’s meetings. Though the timing of interest rate hikes remains uncertain, Ernie emphasized the importance of maintaining a diversified portfolio of high-quality investments. To read the article,

Ernie Cecilia, CIO of Bryn Mawr Trust, appeared live on CNBC Power Lunch and explained where he is finding value in this market. Though geopolitical tensions may alter market activity in the short-term, Ernie and the team at Bryn Mawr Trust remain focused on corporate earnings, as they are what drive stock prices over the

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, shared his market outlook with The Associated Press. Ernie explained how the economic data he monitors on behalf of clients could impact corporate earnings. To read the syndicated article, you may access The New York Times’ website here. By clicking on the link above, you will

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, shared with Reuters his thoughts about how central banks around the globe may adjust monetary policy in light of the Brexit vote results. To read the syndicated article, you may access the website of Yahoo! Finance here. By clicking on the link above, you will leave

As the world absorbs the shockwaves caused by the Brexit vote, Bloomberg sought insight from Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, about where U.S. investors can find stability in the markets. Ernie explained the long-term effects on sectors such as defensive stocks. To read the article, you may access Bloomberg’s website here.

The ever-changing political, economic, and financial landscapes are changing once again, and in dramatic fashion. BMT’s financial experts share their views on the market impact of the Brexit vote to “Leave” the EU in an article published today. The article is available here.

Ernie Cecilia, CIO of Bryn Mawr Trust, provided analysis to Money following the news that Britons voted to exit the European Union. The article was republished by Fortune. In the piece, Ernie discussed the impact of the Brexit results on U.S. markets, the dollar, and foreign exchange. He also explained how the results are causing

Following the news that Britons voted to exit the European Union, Money turned to Ernie Cecilia, CIO of Bryn Mawr Trust, for his analysis about the impact on U.S. markets, the dollar, and foreign exchange. Ernie also explained how the Brexit results are causing the Federal Reserve to reevaluate its plan to raise rates, a

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, conducted a one-on-one, live interview with CNBC to analyze how markets are reacting to current economic and geopolitical events, such as the lead-up to the Brexit vote. While the future has yet to be decided, Ernie explained that he and the team at Bryn Mawr Trust

Bloomberg turned to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his take on how markets are behaving ahead of the upcoming Federal Reserve meeting in June. Ernie outlined several economic events that point to improved conditions and could, therefore, signify an increase in interest rates in the near future. To read the

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, joined The Wall Street Journal’s “Your Money Matters” podcast to preview his market outlook as we head into the summer of 2016. While the possibility of rising interest rates remains top of mind for Ernie and the team at Bryn Mawr Trust, Ernie also pointed out

Bloomberg turned to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for analysis on how long the current bull market will last. Ernie detailed how he closely monitors external factors and market trends that may impact portfolio returns. To read the article, you may access Bloomberg’s website here. By clicking on the link above,

Reuters turned to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his take on the current economic and investing environment. Ernie explained that the financial markets have grown accustomed to little intervention by the Federal Reserve, and the possibility of a sooner-than-expected June interest rate increase is affecting the market. To read the

The Associated Press called upon Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, to provide reaction to recent statements from the Federal Reserve and offer comments on how investors may be impacted as a result. To read the article, you may access the AP’s website here. By clicking on the link above, you will

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with the Associated Press about how the decisions made by the Federal Reserve affect the U.S. stock market. While the market is influenced by a number of factors, Ernie explained that the Federal Reserve’s actions have a significant effect, which is why he closely monitors

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, joined a live, on-air discussion on CNBC where he highlighted what conditions would be influential for the market to achieve new highs and discussed his views on the health care sector. To view the interview, you may access CNBC’s website here. By clicking on the link

U.S. News & World Report asked Adelina Kieffer, Senior Vice President at Bryn Mawr Trust, to explain how a person’s investment assets are distributed after he or she dies. In the article, she emphasized the importance of prioritizing the creation of an estate plan and will, as well as updating them upon major life changes.

During a live appearance on CNBC, Ernie Cecilia, Bryn Mawr Trust’s Chief Investment Officer, discussed how the markets will react to the presidential election and why the investments he favors are unlikely to be affected by the results. To view the interview, you may access CNBC’s website here. By clicking on the link above, you

CNBC called on Bryn Mawr Trust Chief Investment Officer Ernie Cecilia to provide expert insight about how Bryn Mawr Trust’s portfolios are developed to match clients’ risk tolerance and return expectations. To view the interview, you may access CNBC’s website here. By clicking on the link above, you will leave the Bryn Mawr Trust website

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, conducted a live, on-air interview with the hosts of CNBC’s Trading Nation about how he utilizes fundamental and technical analysis to evaluate megacap stocks. To view the interview, you may access CNBC’s website here. By clicking on the link above, you will leave the Bryn Mawr

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, appeared on the Benzinga PreMarket Prep radio show to discuss his current market outlook. To listen to the show, you may access the Benzinga PreMarket Prep website here. (Ernie’s interview starts at time marker 1:11:08.) By clicking on the link above, you will leave the Bryn

Bloomberg turned to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his take on investor trading tendencies within the context of first-quarter earnings. Ernie explained different strategies he explores to extrapolate value when opportunities present themselves. To read the article, you may access Bloomberg’s website here. By clicking on the link above, you

U.S. News & World Report asked T. Michelle Jones, CFP, Vice President and Portfolio Manager at Bryn Mawr Trust, about the pros and cons of 401(k)s versus IRAs. Michelle noted the importance of analyzing the different penalties for withdrawal of funds when individuals are nearing retirement age, as she does for her clients. To read

James T. Barnes, CFA, CIPM, joined BMT on April 4 as Senior Vice President and Director of Fixed Income for the Wealth Management Division. Read more here.

Reuters turned to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his take on how Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen’s recent remarks positively influenced markets. Ernie also mentioned specific market-moving factors he believes may drive equities in the future. To read the syndicated article, you may access CNBC’s website here. By clicking on

Ellen Jordan, CFP, Senior Vice President at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with Business Insider to discuss the most sensible place to store rainy day funds. As this money is oftentimes needed in a pinch, Ellen explained how to grow these savings in a way that won’t disrupt your overall financial plan. To read the article,

Bloomberg turned to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his take on how recent global economic activity impacts U.S. markets. Ernie also shed some light on what he thinks may improve market conditions in the U.S. going forward. To read the article, you may access the Bloomberg website here. Ernie’s comments

Stephen M. Wellman, CPA, has been appointed Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the Wealth Management Division of Bryn Mawr Trust. He joined the company on March 1, 2016. His arrival press release is available here.  

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with Bloomberg to weigh in with his observation of U.S. stock market activity. Ernie explained strategies he is employing in the current environment in order to properly position investments for his clients. To read the article, you may access the Bloomberg website here. By clicking

Reuters called upon Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, to explain the factors driving stock market movement. Ernie explained some causes of price fluctuations and their potential impact on risk assumptions going forward. To read the article, you may access the Reuters website here. This story has been syndicated to other financial

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, authored an article for Philadelphia Magazine outlining why he does not believe the economy is headed for a recession in 2016. Ernie analyzed various pieces of economic data and shared what indicators he is continuing to monitor for his clients. To read the article, you may

Forbes turned to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, for his analysis of how current global economic events are impacting U.S. markets. Ernie also outlined several market sectors that investors should keep an eye on moving forward, and where he is finding value for his clients. To read the article, you may

Michelle Jones, CFP, Vice President at Bryn Mawr Trust, recently shared her tips for investors with U.S. News & World Report. As she reminds her clients, Michelle outlined the importance of a diversified portfolio to mitigating potential downside risk. To read the article, you may access the website of U.S. News & World Report here. Michelle’s

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with USA Today about how the stock market fared during the first few weeks of 2016. Ernie explained that activity in January isn’t necessarily predictive of the rest of the year’s performance, though he mentioned he observed patterns in January that he will continue to

Anthony G. Natale, CFA, Joins Bryn Mawr Trust’s Wealth Management Division as Vice President, Manager of Strategic Research. Read the article here.

USA Today asked Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, to offer insight on trading and market activity that occurred in the first two weeks of 2016. Ernie mentioned that the markets are impacted by a variety of global events, which he monitors with a keen eye to understand how they will impact

Bryn Mawr Bank Corporation has appointed Keith B. McCutcheon as Senior Vice President and Treasurer of the Corporation and the Bank. Read the article here.

Bryn Mawr Trust contributes to the Sandy Rollman Ovarian Cancer Center through their Men’s and Women’s Health Initiative. Read the article here.

What history tells us about rate hikes and equity prices. The Federal Reserve raised short-term interest rates 25 basis points (0.25%) on December 16; the last rate hike was almost 10 years ago. We reviewed the last six Fed tightening cycles and analyzed the performance and volatility of equities before and after each initial tightening.

T. Michelle Jones, CFP, Vice President at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with U.S. News & World Report about common mistakes people make when saving for retirement. Filing for Social Security too early, investing too conservatively, and not factoring in the effects of inflation are habits Michelle advised against. If you choose to continue to the

The Federal Reserve used the term “transitory factors” – mostly severe winter weather – to characterize the weakness in the first quarter. Real GDP growth came in at a negative 0.7% in the first quarter. The U.S. was also dealing with a west coast ports’ strike that was settled in mid-February, which affected the shipment

Greek voters went to the polls on Sunday (July 5) to vote on a referendum as to whether to accept the bailout proposal by the troika of creditors (IMF, ECB & EU). The results were a “no” vote by a wide margin (61% voting “no”).  However, based on various polls, 74% of Greeks want to

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with U.S. News & World Report about how he positions clients’ portfolios ahead of a Federal Reserve interest rate increase. Ernie elaborated by explaining that interest rate adjustments will occur gradually and other factors will continue to influence daily market activity. By clicking on the

In 2013, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission received nearly 100,000 charges of workplace discrimination. All employers, small as well as large, are subject to federal and state discrimination and employment laws, giving rise to exposures of employment-related claims.  Employment Practices Liability Insurance provides liability and defense coverage for claims arising out of discrimination, wrongful termination,

Bryn Mawr Trust’s approved proposition to establish a new banking branch in Derry Township was highlighted in the Central Penn Business Journal. The new branch is a continuation of Bryn Mawr Trust’s goal to establish a healthy presence in central Pennsylvania. It already operates a robust wealth management practice in Hershey. By clicking on the

Bryn Mawr Trust’s Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer for The Bryn Mawr Trust Company,  spoke with the Associated Press regarding the rather quiet markets and why investors may remain apprehensive. Ernie also explained that both the markets and the Fed are closely tracking recently released economic data, which has been mixed of late. By clicking on

Adelina Kieffer, JD, LL.M, CLU, ChFC, Senior Vice President of Bryn Mawr Trust, spoke with US News & World Report about why the years preceding retirement are the most crucial. While increasing contributions to tax-advantaged investments is a helpful step, one of Adelina’s top suggestions is checking in regularly with a financial advisor. Adelina also

Our investment group  continues to be sought after for insight into the financial markets, most recently by Barron’s.  In a recent inquiry, Ernie Cecilia, chief investment officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, shared with Barron’s why his team’s research led him to believe a company like Novartis (NVS) is a strong pick for clients’ portfolios. Despite

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer of Bryn Mawr Trust, was featured in an interview on CNBC.com. By clicking on the link that follows, you will now leave The Bryn Mawr Trust Company website and are going to a website that is not operated or controlled by The Bryn Mawr Trust Company. The Bryn Mawr Trust

First quarter 2015 data point to softness in the domestic economy, perhaps brought on by severe winter weather in much of the Northeast, as well as the lingering effects of the West Coast ports’ strike (resolved in mid-February). The fourth quarter 2014 release of GDP was disappointing at 2.2%. Growth was paced by an increase in

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at The Bryn Mawr Trust Company, was featured in an interview on Fox Business. By clicking on the link that follows, you will now leave The Bryn Mawr Trust Company website and are going to a website that is not operated or controlled by The Bryn Mawr Trust Company. The

Bryn Mawr Trust’s Michelle Jones was featured on USNews.com. By clicking on the link that follows, you will now leave The Bryn Mawr Trust Company website and are going to a website that is not operated or controlled by The Bryn Mawr Trust Company. The Bryn Mawr Trust Company is not responsible for the content

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer of the Bryn Mawr Trust Company, spoke to CNN Money’s Patrick Gillespie about the importance of goals when beginning to invest. By clicking on the link that follows, you will now leave The Bryn Mawr Trust Company website and are going to a website that is not operated or controlled

The U.S. has been the bastion of both economic growth, currency strength and stability on the global stage for 2014 and thus far in 2015. Real GDP growth came in at a very robust 5% in the third calendar quarter, after registering strong growth of 4.6% in the second quarter. The resilience of the U.S.

Bryn Mawr Trust’s Michelle Jones was featured on Foxbusiness.com By clicking on the link that follows, you will now leave The Bryn Mawr Trust Company website and are going to a website that is not operated or controlled by The Bryn Mawr Trust Company. The Bryn Mawr Trust Company is not responsible for the content

Bryn Mawr Trust’s Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer of The Bryn Mawr Trust Company, was featured on Fox Business. By clicking on the link that follows, you will now leave The Bryn Mawr Trust Company website and are going to a website that is not operated or controlled by The Bryn Mawr Trust Company. The

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer of the Bryn Mawr Trust Company, was featured in an interview on CNN Money.com. By clicking on the link that follows, you will now leave The Bryn Mawr Trust Company website and are going to a website that is not operated or controlled by The Bryn Mawr Trust Company. The Bryn Mawr

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer of The Bryn Mawr Trust Company Wealth Management Division, was featured in an interview with Forbes.com. By clicking on the link that follows, you will now leave The Bryn Mawr Trust Company website and are going to a website that is not operated or controlled by The Bryn Mawr Trust

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer of The Bryn Mawr Trust Company Wealth Management Division, was featured on Fox Business. By clicking on the link that follows, you will now leave The Bryn Mawr Trust Company website and are going to a website that is not operated or controlled by The Bryn Mawr Trust Company. The

Those contemplating a different retirement date and those who experienced a change in their annual income are the leading candidates for a financial makeover, said T. Michelle Jones, a certified financial planner with Bryn Mawr Trust. By clicking on the link that follows, you will now leave The Bryn Mawr Trust Company website and are

Indeed, the phenomenon was on display in the wake of Wednesday’s Federal Reserve meeting. Treasury prices were routed, pushing yields 10_YEAR, -2.39% higher, as Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen signaled rates might begin to rise a bit sooner than had been expected. At the same time, the S&P 500 SPX, -0.32% and the Dow Jones Industrial

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer of The Bryn Mawr Trust Company Wealth Management Division was featured on Wall Street Journal Radio. By clicking on the link that follows, you will now leave The Bryn Mawr Trust Company website and are going to a website that is not operated or controlled by The Bryn Mawr Trust

For the full year of 2014, Real Gross Domestic Product in the United States is expected to increase by 2.3%.  Following the negative economic growth of 2.9% experienced in the first quarter the domestic economy exhibited a positive rebound in the second quarter with revised GDP growth of 4.6%. The preliminary release for the third

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer of The Bryn Mawr Trust Company, was featured on Wall Street Journal Radio. By clicking on the link that follows, you will now leave The Bryn Mawr Trust Company website and are going to a website that is not operated or controlled by The Bryn Mawr Trust Company. The Bryn

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer of The Bryn Mawr Trust Company, was featured on Fox Business. By clicking on the link that follows, you will now leave The Bryn Mawr Trust Company website and are going to a website that is not operated or controlled by The Bryn Mawr Trust Company. The Bryn Mawr Trust

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer of The Bryn Mawr Trust Company, was featured on Wall Street Journal Radio. By clicking on the link that follows, you will now leave The Bryn Mawr Trust Company website and are going to a website that is not operated or controlled by The Bryn Mawr Trust Company. The Bryn

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer of The Bryn Mawr Trust Company Wealth Management Division was featured on Wall Street Journal Radio. By clicking on the link that follows, you will now leave The Bryn Mawr Trust Company website and are going to a website that is not operated or controlled by The Bryn Mawr Trust

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer of The Bryn Mawr Trust Company, was featured on Reuters.com. “Export demand will certainly increase, with the situation in Russia and Ukraine having a big impact on Europe with respect to natural gas,” said Ernie Cecilia, chief investment officer at Bryn Mawr Trust in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. By clicking on

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer of The Bryn Mawr Trust Company, was featured on Wall Street Journal Radio. By clicking on the link that follows, you will now leave The Bryn Mawr Trust Company website and are going to a website that is not operated or controlled by The Bryn Mawr Trust Company. The Bryn

A change at the top is coming for Main Line icon Bryn Mawr Trust, for only the ninth time in the company’s 125-year history. Plans in the making for many months aim, however, to make the transition seamless. In April, one month after the bank’s parent company, Bryn Mawr Bank Corp., celebrated that landmark anniversary,

During the first quarter of 2014, the economy contracted at a revised rate of 2.1% as a result of the harsh winter weather. The contraction represented the first quarterly decline in GDP since the first quarter of 2011. Second quarter results registered a very strong 4%, rebounding from the weather-impacted first quarter results. As we

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer of The Bryn Mawr Trust Company, was featured on Fox Business News. By clicking on the link that follows, you will now leave The Bryn Mawr Trust Company website and are going to a website that is not operated or controlled by The Bryn Mawr Trust Company. The Bryn Mawr

Bank earnings were encouraging about the outlook for stocks since they indicated that businesses are thinking about growing,said Joe Costigan,director of research at Bryn Mawr Trust,which has $7.4 billion in assets. From wsj.com, the complete article is available online.

Ernie Cecilia, CIO of The Bryn Mawr Trust Company, was featured on Reuters Insider Investment Strategies. From insider.thomsonreuters.com. The complete interview is available online.

Fed officials reported that some businesses are “worried about a renewal of federal fiscal restraint after the current congressional budget agreement expires.” We asked Ernie Cecilia, chief investment officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, if businesses think D.C. learned its lesson from last year. The article appeared on thehill.com. The complete article is available online.

Market fundamentals are taking a back seat to geopolitical issues for the near-term, says chief investment officer Ernie Cecelia at Bryn Mawr Trust. He says the market’s long-term outlook should not be affected. From marketwatch.com, the radio interview is available online.

Ernie Cecilia, Bryn Mawr Trust CIO, discusses how much run the market has left and how to play a low volume environment. From video.cnbc.com, the full video is available online.     

Increased buybacks are a rational response in an environment where economic growth has long been stalled, with little impetus from either government or consumer spending, said Joe Costigan, director of equity research at Pennsylvania-based Bryn Mawr Trust, which has $7.4 billion in total assets. The article appeared on marketwatch.com, the complete article is available online.

“This has been a year where there have been plenty of fits and starts that have led to a somewhat directionless market,” Ernie Cecilia, chief investment officer of Bryn Mawr Trust Co. in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, said in a chat with MoneyBeat. His firm oversees $7.4 billion in assets. The article appeared on WSJ.com, the

Bryn Mawr Trust CIO Ernie Cecilia discusses LinkedIn and other stocks to invest in. The video is available online. 

Heading into the spring of 2014, the economic recovery is now entering its fifth year. Following an unusually severe winter that dampened many economic indicators, the onset of warmer weather is expected to foster a gradual improvement in economic momentum. The domestic economy is experiencing a broadening of economic growth trends this spring, buoyed by

Bryn Mawr Trust uses multiple layers of security to protect our client’s information. One of those layers involves finding andmitigating issues, known as vulnerabilities. Please keep in mind that vulnerabilities do not automatically indicate the loss or theft of information, just the possibility. You may have heard about a new vulnerability the “Heartbleed Bug”. Once

Ernest “Ernie” Cecilia, chief investment officer of Bryn Mawr Trust Co., said the report was a good one. “My bigger concern was that it was going to be a weak report,” Cecilia said. “Everything had been held up because of the winter. Now, it’s the time to show that [weak conditions] really were temporary. The markets

In honor of The Bryn Mawr Trust Company’s 125th anniversary, Ted Peters, President and CEO, members of The Bryn Mawr Trust Company Board of Directors and Bryn Mawr Trust employees rang the Closing Bell at the NASDAQ MarketSite in Times Square on March 11, 2014. – Photo courtesy of NASDAQ OMX Group – Copyright 2014©

Consider what would happen if your health deteriorated or you had an accident and needed (often pricey) assistance not provided by Medicare. Would you expect relatives to help out? Or could you foot the bill on your own? “In many cases, there should be some discussion about the benefit of long-term care insurance,” says T.

In 2013 Real Gross Domestic Product in the United States grew at a rate of around 2%.  While consumer and business investment spending recorded positive growth trends, the full year growth comparisons were held back by the negative impact of the government sequestration initiatives instituted in the first quarter of 2013.   The continued political uncertainty

Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer at Bryn Mawr Trust, gives tips for investing in today’s markets on Fox Business. The video is available online.

The rise in equity prices has been dramatic and should give one pause in evaluating future market appreciation. The S&P 500 has risen 166% to new highs and the Dow Jones Industrials rose 146% from the depths of March 2009. The tech-laden NASDAQ Composite, which had decreased by more than 50 % from the previous

As we move through the fourth quarter of 2013, the domestic economy continues to show slow positive growth resulting from the ongoing gradual improvement in consumer spending and business investment spending. These modest gains are impressive given the near-term economic and geopolitical turbulence created by the  political bickering in Washington over the US budget negotiations

Bryn Mawr Trust’s Wealth Management Division Voted Best in Trust Administration in The Legal Intelligencer’s 2013 Annual Poll  Bryn Mawr Trust today announced that readers of The Legal Intelligencer had voted Bryn Mawr Trust’s Wealth Management Division the number one provider of Trust Administration services. Readers cast their votes for the best providers of products

The Encyclopedia Britannica defines the eye of a storm as, “a central region of clear skies, warm temperatures and low atmospheric pressure”. The eye is surrounded by the eyewalls, which are the most dangerous part of the storm. It would not be stepping out too far in comparing the present situation in Washington, D.C. to

While there are many ways to save for college — from savings accounts to money market accounts to certificates of deposit (CDs) — prepaid tuition and 529 savings plans come with tax benefits that make them the first choice for many families.  “These plans are clearly the most advantageous and best from a tax standpoint,”

The Wealth Management group at Bryn Mawr Trust has experienced tremendous growth over the past several years. The Wealth Management division has gone on an acquiring spree — Lau Associates in Delaware in 2008, Hershey Trust in 2011 and Davidson Trust in 2012. Frank Leto, Executive Vice President and head of Wealth Management Services talked with us about the bank’s continued success.

The stock market is in a “vacation pattern with an upward bias,” says Joe Costigan, director of equity research at Bryn Mawr Trust. He sees the Fed meeting as a non-event for the market, saying the Fed has a third mandate — “no surprises.”

U.S. stocks fell, erasing earlier gains, as the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index failed to hold above its average level from the past 50 days and investors awaited a monthly jobs report and the start of corporate earnings.