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Founded in 1972 as a division of a private investment bank, AMG National Trust Bank evolved into a separate corporation under the leadership of the founding partners, Chairman Earl L. Wright and Senior Executive Vice President Michael D. Bergmann, Ph.D. Now a national financial services organization with offices in Denver, Boulder, Cheyenne, Chicago, Morristown and Virginia Beach, AMG National Trust Bank has approximately $4.9 billion of assets under management*.

The success of our firm results from two fundamental practices:

  • Meeting the diverse needs of our clients through a commitment to superior performance and client service.
  • Providing our clients with independent, objective financial advice.

*Assets under management as of 1/2020

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Inside the Next Administration: The Impact of Policy Decisions on Your Wealth

AMG National Trust Bank hosted an informative panel discussion and conference call featuring Douglas Holtz-Eakin, former director of the Congressional Budget Office. Moderated by Earl Wright, the discussion “Inside the Next Administration: The Impact of Policy Decisions on Your Wealth” focused on how the priorities and promises of each Presidential candidate may evolve into policies that impact your business, wealth and investments.

AMG’s Michael D. Bergmann, Ph.D. and Josh Stevens weighed in on the discussion as they assessed the impact of the potential policies on the financial and investment environments.

In addition to leading the CBO, Holtz-Eakin’s notable career includes service as a member of the congressionally chartered Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, as economic policy advisor for two Presidents, and academic appointments at Princeton and Columbia. He holds a Ph.D. in economics from Princeton.

With two decades of Washington insider experience, Holtz-Eakin brought unique perspective and critical insight to understanding the policy priorities and focus for the first 14 months following the election.

If you would like a copy of the presentation materials corresponding to the conference call, please email

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