Brent serves as Senior Portfolio Manager and sits on the Investment Committee. Brent manages custom portfolios for selected clients and is an integral part of Carnegie’s investment selection and portfolio structuring processes. Brent is also an active author on the Carnegie Investment Counsel blog.
Brent brings nearly twenty years of investment experience to the Carnegie team. He has developed a deep understanding of the financial markets through years of experience in investment research, trading, portfolio management, strategy development and alternative investments.
Prior to joining Carnegie, Brent was a Partner and Portfolio Manager with CapitalWorks, LLC where he co-founded and managed a long/short equity hedge fund. Before CapitalWorks, Brent worked in a variety of roles with Shaker Investments and Verus Investment Management, ultimately serving as Partner and Portfolio Manager.
Brent attended Clemson University and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Cleveland State University. Brent and his wife reside in Chagrin Falls with their two children.
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