Constanza F.A. Low

Constanza F.A. Low, Vice President, joined in 1994.  Her financial background includes nine years in commercial banking, notably with Bank One specializing in small and high-tech business lending, with Mellon Bank specializing in international and domestic corporate banking, and with Manufacturers Hanover Trust (now J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.) specializing in Latin American debt-workout.  She also traveled extensively throughout her banking career, aided by being a native Spanish speaker and proficient in German.

Constanza has a master’s degree in International Management with a subspecialty in International Finance from the American Graduate School of International Management (AGSIM/Thunderbird) in Phoenix.  She has a B.S. in Economics with Distinction from the University of Michigan.

With her husband, John Henry Low, she previously co-authored The Savvy Investor, a quarterly column published by the American Bar Association (ABA) in Experience magazine.  With John Henry, Constanza was a co-contributor to Best of the ABA and The Lawyer’s Guide to Retirement, 3rd Ed.  Her most recent co-contributions were part of Tips From the Top: Targeted Advice from America’s Top Money Minds, published by the Alpha imprint of Pearson, in December 2002.

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