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Stephen Nedwicki

Stephen E. Nedwicki is an investment strategist who assists institutional clients in meeting their investment goals. He works with clients on a range of investment services, including fiduciary oversight, the development of an investment policy, asset allocations, and the implementation of portfolio strategies. He provides a direct link to Comerica's investment subsidiaries (Comerica Asset Management and World Asset Management) as well as best-in-class mutual funds, exchange traded funds, and outside investment managers.

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Comerica Bank
Institutional Trust
411 West Lafayette Boulevard
MC 3462
Detroit, MI 48226
Tel: (313) 222–2882
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Stephen E. Nedwicki is an investment strategist who assists institutional clients in meeting their investment goals. He works with clients on a range of investment services, including fiduciary oversight, the development of an investment policy, asset allocations, and the implementation of portfolio strategies. He provides a direct link to Comerica's investment subsidiaries (Comerica Asset Management and World Asset Management) as well as best-in-class mutual funds, exchange traded funds, and outside investment managers.

He joined Comerica Wealth Management in 1992 and has been working with institutional investment portfolios for over 19 years. His responsibilities include providing guidance and oversight to a variety of clients, including public funds, foundations, Employee Retirement Income Security Act qualified pension plans, hospitals, and insurance companies. Prior to Wealth Management, he worked in the product marketing, branch administration, and market research departments of the bank.

Mr. Nedwicki received a bachelor of science degree in marketing management from the University of Detroit and a master of business administration degree from the University of Michigan.


Stephen Nedwicki

Investing for Captive Insurance Companies

Investing for a captive insurance company revolves around the level of risk the captive is willing to take, according to Stephen Nedwicki of Comerica Bank.

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