Silvercrest Asset Management Group announced that it has hired Scott Brown, Jr. as a managing director to provide investment and related advisory services to ultra-high net worth clients on behalf of the firm.
According to Richard Hough, chairman and chief executive officer, “Scott Brown is a terrific addition to Silvercrest’s professional team and culture. Scott’s extensive expertise helping institutional and private clients address complex investment needs will provide tremendous value to his clients and the firm.”
Most recently, Mr. Brown was executive director of the ultra-high net worth executive wealth group at JP Morgan Private Bank, in New York. Previous positions included vice president within Sanford C. Bernstein & Co’s institutional hedge fund group and vice president of the private client group at Fisher Investments.
Mr. Brown earned a B.A. in Psychology at Lake Forest College in 1994.
Mr. Brown volunteers extensively in his community, including service on the vestry of St. Matthew’s Church, Bedford. He also serves as a Lay Minister, Episcopal Diocese of New York; as Board President of Fox Lane Youth Lacrosse in the Bedford, NY area; and head coach of junior lacrosse and ice hockey teams.
“Silvercrest’s ability to attract senior industry veterans such as Scott has been critical to the high-quality growth we have achieved in recent years,” said Mr. Hough. “Scott is fully on board with our collegial culture and our commitment to always place clients’ needs first.”
Silvercrest was founded in April 2002 as an independent, employee-owned registered investment adviser. With offices in New York, Boston, Virginia and New Jersey, Silvercrest provides traditional and alternative investment advisory and family office services to wealthy families and select institutional investors. The firm reported assets under management of $21.8 billion for the quarter end June 30, 2018.