|By PR Newswire||
|February 5, 2014 01:34 PM EST||
BETHESDA, Md., Feb. 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Chevy Chase Trust announced today that after a national search, Amy P. Raskin has joined the firm as Chief Investment Officer. Ms. Raskin was formerly with AllianceBernstein in New York where she served as Senior Vice President and Director of Thematic Research, head of US & Global Growth Equity Research and Chief Investment Officer of AllianceBernstein Venture Capital Fund. Ms. Raskin also led AllianceBernstein's Research on Strategic Change group.
Ms. Raskin joined AllianceBernstein in 2000 as an equity analyst and spent thirteen years there focused on research and thematic investing. Earlier, she worked as a research analyst and investment banker at Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette and Lehman Brothers. She is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania's School of Engineering and Applied Science with a major in Engineering and a minor in Management from the Wharton School.
"Amy has been recognized as a leading thinker on global economic trends. She brings significant experience in thematic investing, the cornerstone of our investment approach. Her skills and commitment to deep research will strengthen our distinctive investment strategy," says Peter Welber, President & CEO.
"I was attracted to Chevy Chase Trust by its reputation as a flourishing and dynamic investment management boutique committed to thematic research and customized global portfolios, "says Ms. Raskin.
Chevy Chase Trust
The pre-eminent investment management firm in the Washington, DC area, Chevy Chase Trust is privately-owned by a family with over a century of roots in the Washington community. With more than $18 billion in total assets and a team of 75 professionals averaging 20 years of experience, Chevy Chase Trust specializes in investment management for wealthy individuals, endowments and institutions.
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