About the Author

Andrew H. Hopkins, CFA

Administrative Vice President and Director of Equity Research

Andy is responsible for overseeing the equity research program for Wilmington Trust Investment Advisors Inc. (WTIA), the investment advisory arm of M&T Bank and Wilmington Trust. He manages a team of professionals responsible for equity research and portfolio management for both domestic and international equities. He is the portfolio manager of the Dividend Growth and Large Cap Sector strategy. Andy is a member of the fundamental portfolio management team for the following strategies: Disciplined Core, Dividend Growth, Large Cap ESG, Enhanced Dividend Income, and International Enhanced Dividend Income.

Andy joined Wilmington Trust in 1987 and has specialized in investment accounting, pension disbursement, and 401(k) recordkeeping services during his tenure with the company. Prior to joining the equity research team, he was a portfolio manager in the Fixed Income division specializing in taxable, broad market portfolios.

Andy is a CFA® charterholder and a member of the CFA Society Philadelphia. He holds an MBA from Wilmington University and a bachelor’s degree in finance from Goldey-Beacom College.

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Webinar: What Will Technology’s Role be Post COVID?

Tony Roth and Andrew H. Hopkins, CFA |
Investment Management

On Tuesday, December 15, Chief Scientist at Dolby Laboratories Dr. Poppy Crum joined Chief Investment Officer Tony Roth and Head of Equity Research Andrew Hopkins, CFA, to discuss technology’s role post COVID. Watch as they delve into the implications for the human experience and your portfolio.Please see important disclosures at the end of the webinar.


Keep Calm and Carry On

Andrew H. Hopkins, CFA |
Wilmington Wire

June 13, 2017 — Markets had cold feet last week with respect to high-momentum, technology-oriented positions that have contributed to a substantial run-up in equity values this year. Since Friday, June 9, the technology sector is down by 4.5% vs. -0.4% for the S&P 500. What goes up too fast often needs a periodic pause or correction.