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Elisa Mazen

Managing Director, Head of Global Growth, Portfolio Manager
32 Years experience
10 Years at ClearBridge

"Our approach to identifying potential investments is structured, systematic and objective."

Elisa is the head of ClearBridge's Global Growth Equity investment team and co-manages numerous global and international growth strategies. Elisa is responsible for covering the consumer sector for our international and global growth portfolios. She has 32 years of investment industry experience.

Elisa joined ClearBridge from predecessor firm Global Currents Investment Management, which was founded in 2008 by a group of portfolio managers from Brandywine Global Investment Management. Prior to joining Global Currents, Elisa was a Managing Director and Head of the International and Global Equity Investments Group at Oppenheimer Capital, a division of Allianz Global Investors. In addition, Elisa was Executive Vice President and Portfolio Manager for the Central European Value Fund and had responsibility for a number of other funds at the firm. Prior to Oppenheimer, she was a portfolio manager at Clemente Capital where she managed assets for public pension funds. Elisa began her career at Mitchell Hutchins Asset Management, now a subsidiary of UBS, in the High Yield investment area.

Elisa received her BA in Economics and Finance from Douglass College, Rutgers University and serves as a member of the Douglass College Investment Committee.

Experience

  • 32 years of investment industry experience
  • Joined a predecessor firm in 2008
  • Allianz Global Investors - Portfolio Manager and Head of International and Global Equity Investments Group, Oppenheimer Capital division
  • Clemente Capital - Portfolio Manager
  • Mitchell Hutchins Asset Management - Vice President
  • BA in Economics and Finance from Rutgers University

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