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John Browne — a respected financial analyst and writer, frequent financial commentator on television and a former member of the British Parliament — has joined the Tribune-Review’s lineup of opinion page columnists.

His Sunday columns will focus on economics and financial issues and their political or social impact. But his writing occasionally ranges from the world’s current political and military strategies to individual investment and wealth-management strategies.

A regular commentator on political, economic and financial issues on CNBC’s “Kudlow & Company,” he most recently was an editor and columnist for NewsMax Media.

“As a political and investment strategist, I look forward to working with the Trib,” Browne said. “It is a fine opportunity to help cut through the often disingenuous and confusing information with which we are all bombarded on a regular basis.

“I hope to present a realistic background against which every reader can better plan his business and financial future.”

Browne, 69, is a graduate of Harvard Business School, Britain’s Canfield Institute of Technology and the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst — England’s equivalent of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.

He served as a conservative member of Parliament in the 1980s during Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s administration and was among those who briefed her on military and political affairs, including the former Soviet Union’s overtures to the West under Mikhail Gorbachev.

Browne’s extensive private-sector financial experience includes positions as vice president of investments for Smith Barney Inc., as founder and CEO of Falcon Finance Management, as a director of Middle East operations for the European Banking Company and as an associate broker and investment banker in the British and U.S. bond and investment markets.

He also has worked as an adviser to an international counterterrorism company, based on his experience in international finance and his service in Britain’s military.

A dual U.S.-British citizen, Browne lives in West Palm Beach, Fla.

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