Elizabeth F. Deutsch is Senior Vice President of Chestnut Investment Group, Inc. in Suffern, New York. She joined Chestnut in 1996 as Director of Operations, responsible for supervising and maintaining client accounts. After obtaining her securities licenses (Series 7 and 63 licenses) in 1997, she began meeting with new clients to determine their goals and objectives, and managing existing client quarterly reviews. Elizabeth is currently a member of the Chestnut Investment Committee, is responsible for portfolio analysis, and is the head of the trading department. She realized that she desired sharing her knowledge with others, particularly women.
As a constant, on-going process, Elizabeth works with her clients in teaching them the fine line between finance and the softer side of money. The relationship people have with money is a highly personal one, influenced by many factors - perhaps going back to childhood, or by personal experience. Identifying these factors can open a world of understanding to the psychology of money. “I enjoy teaching women about the world of investing. The best investment a woman can make is in herself. I believe my life experience brings a distinct perspective to help empower women to take control of their finances.” Elizabeth is a graduate of SUNY Farmingdale with a degree in Business Administration.