Richard Marston is the James R.F. Guy Professor of Finance at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. A graduate of Yale College and MIT where he received his PhD, Professor Marston was also a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University. He has taught asset allocation for over twenty years in the CIMA Program sponsored by the Investments & Wealth Institute™, formerly called IMCA. He is a past recipient of the Institute’s Matthew R. McArthur Award for outstanding contributions to investment management. Since 1999, he has been faculty director of Wharton Executive Education's Private Wealth Management Program, a week-long program for ultra-high net worth investors. Professor Marston has lectured on investments throughout the U.S. and in over a dozen foreign countries. He is the author of numerous articles and books including Portfolio Design: A Modern Approach to Asset Allocation, and Investing for a Lifetime.
The Chinese proverb “Wealth never survives three generations” has an equivalent in many cultures and has appeared in writing over centuries. The international notion that the first generation builds wealth, the second spends and otherwise mismanages it, and the third is left with nothing, isn’t just a platitude, though says Wharton finance professor Richard Marston.
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