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Matt Schreiber '03 Named 2018 Young Alumnus of the Year by USC

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Schreiber Honored as Outstanding Young Alumnus of 2018 by University of
South Carolina for His Extraordinary Success in His Career.

Matt
Schreiber
, '03 Bachelor of Arts in History, '04 Master of Teaching,
and President and Chief Investment Strategist of WBI
Investments
, Inc., has been named Outstanding Young Alumnus of 2018
by his alma mater, the University of South Carolina. Each year, the
University's Alumni Association selects one "graduate under 40 who
represent the breadth and scope of new talent, has achieved
extraordinary success in a chosen profession and has significantly set
themselves apart from their peers."

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Matt Schreiber, USC Class of 2003 (Photo: Business Wire)

Matt Schreiber, USC Class of 2003 (Photo: Business Wire)

The University honors alumni across four categories this year in
addition to the Young Alumnus Award. For a full list of recipients,
please click here.
Recipients will be honored during the Gamecock Homecoming and at the
Carolina's Best Forum and Luncheon, Friday, Oct. 26.

Schreiber earned his bachelor's degree in history from the University of
South Carolina in 2003, followed by his master's in education in 2004.
After shaping young minds as a high school teacher in Sumter, South
Carolina, Schreiber joined WBI, a leading provider of institutional and
private client wealth management solutions, as a Sales Associate.
Schreiber raised over $500 million in assets for WBI and remains the
largest single sales producer in firm history.

Today, Schreiber serves dual roles at WBI: President, where he is
responsible for the oversight of the firm's business operations, and
Chief Investment Strategist, overseeing market and economic analysis,
portfolio strategy, and product design and development. His areas of
expertise include investment product design, distribution, and sales.

In 2014, Schreiber was essential to WBI's headline-making debut of 10
actively managed exchange-traded funds, followed by an industry
record $1 billion in assets
on the first day of trading. Today, WBI
offers a suite of 11 active ETFs and one smart beta ETF and has been
nominated for several awards including Fund
Intelligence Active ETF of the Year and Social Media Leader of the Year
2018,
WealthManagement.com
Social Media Leader of the Year 2018
, and WealthManagement.com
Outstanding Contribution for Separate Account Asset Managers 2015
.
In 2017, Schreiber and his team launched a weekly market commentary
podcast series called Bull
| Bear Radio
for investors and financial advisors, available on Apple
Podcast
, Google
Podcast
, TuneIn,
and SoundCloud.

Outside of the business world, Schreiber is passionate about giving back
to the community. A former member of University of South Carolina's
track and field team and a former teacher, he supports the university
and its students through donations and funds an endowed scholarship to
support track athletes. Schreiber contributes annually to the Children's
Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP)
and the Phoenix
Children's Hospital
through the Schreiber Family Trust. The
Schreiber family are also the biggest benefactors for the Kortney
Rose Foundation
, an organization dedicated to finding a cure for
childhood brain cancer. Schreiber also spearheads the WBI
Gives Back
philanthropic program which supports local, nonprofit
community organizations, in-kind services, and volunteer service through
initiatives that focus on hunger, children and the armed forces. In
2016, Schreiber was named as a Humanitarian
of the Year
by Fulfill
(formerly The Foodbank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties) for his
contribution of leadership to WBI's giving efforts to local families in
need.

From his professional accomplishments and accolades to his philanthropic
efforts and work ethic, Schreiber symbolizes the University of South
Carolina's mission of challenging the conventional and creating the
exceptional.

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