“I want my clients to know that I can be trusted to navigate their investments through the constantly changing economic landscape”
Peter Vanden Broeck is a Senior Portfolio Manager in the firm’s Cleveland office. Peter is great at educating his clients to think “long term” and helps them keep peace of mind in regard to their investments.
Prior to joining Carnegie, Peter was Managing Director at Midwest Investment Management. Peter’s previous experience includes Vice President of Investments for Raymond James Financial, Portfolio Manager for Fairport Asset Management, and portfolio management & investments for Alex Brown & Co. and Prescott Ball & Turben.
Peter earned his Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Macalester College and also attended the University of Paris-Sorbonne. Peter’s outside activities include serving on the Investment Committee at Notre Dame College. Peter was formerly Treasurer of the Shaker Lakes Nature Center. He also serves as Assistant Scout Master for Troop 662 in Shaker Heights.
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