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Institutional Investor Advisor Individual Investor

Scott Glasser

Co-Chief Investment Officer, Managing Director, Portfolio Manager
28 Years experience
26 Years at ClearBridge

"Our strategies harness an active, bottom-up approach to stock selection that combines the market knowledge of long-tenured portfolio managers with the original research of a specialized group of analysts."

Scott is Co-Chief Investment Officer and co-manages the Appreciation and Dividend strategies. He has 28 years of investment industry experience and is a member of ClearBridge's Management, Valuation and Risk Management Committees. He previously served as co-director of research for ClearBridge.

Prior to joining the firm, Scott was a credit analyst specializing in fixed income investments for Bear Stearns. In 1993, Scott joined the research department of predecessor organization Shearson Lehman Brothers as a consumer analyst and transitioned into a role as a portfolio manager one year later.

Scott graduated from Middlebury College in Vermont where he received his BA in Political Science and Spanish. He earned his MBA in Finance from Pennsylvania State University.

Experience

  • 28 years of investment industry experience
  • Joined a predecessor organization in 1993
  • Member of the ClearBridge Management, Valuation and Risk Management Committees
  • Shearson Lehman Brothers - Portfolio Manager, Consumer Analyst
  • Bear Stearns & Co. - Credit Analyst
  • CIS Marketing - Account Representative
  • MBA from Pennsylvania State University
  • BA from Middlebury College

Perspectives

  • AssetTV Global Market Outlook for 2020
    A ClearBridge panel shares their views on recession and geopolitical risks and where they see opportunities as active managers in the year ahead.
  • Dividend Strategy
    3Q19 Commentary: Dividend growers in traditionally non-income sectors drove strong relative performance.
  • Appreciation Strategy
    3Q19 Commentary: Economic and manufacturing trends are concerning, but the U.S. consumer remains robust.
  • Appreciation ESG Strategy
    3Q19 Commentary: Economic growth concerns dominated markets, though the robust U.S. consumer should keep us out of recession in 2019.
  • Dividend Strategy
    2Q19 Commentary: Equities posted solid returns, though the new nationalism underpinning current trade conflicts is unlikely to dissipate soon.