Matthew Glaser Joins Wilmington Trust as Head of Equity and Nontraditional Investments

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May 09, 2016
Glaser to oversee equity, alternatives, and institutional investment teams
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Matthew Glaser

Head of Equity and Nontraditional Investments
WILMINGTON, DEL — Wilmington Trust hired Matthew Glaser as head of Equity and Nontraditional Investments. In his new role, he’ll oversee the Equity team and Institutional Investment Group, as well as the Manager Search Group for Equities and Alternative Investments. Glaser will be based in Wilmington Trust’s headquarters in Wilmington, Del.
“Matt’s expertise in equities, alts, and institutional investments, as well as his long-term investment philosophy is a great match for our investment team,” said Tony Roth, Wilmington Trust’s chief investment officer. “Matt’s insights are extremely valuable to our team and, more importantly, to our clients. We’re pleased that Matt will play a leadership role in our continuing commitment to a long-term, holistic strategy for our clients.”
In additional to his primary role, Glaser has been appointed as a voting member of the Investment Committee, which is comprised of the firm’s top analysts, strategists, and economics. The Investment Committee’s mission is to design investment strategies to help control risk and enhance portfolio value.
Glaser has more than two decades of experience in the equity and institutional investments industry. Before joining Wilmington Trust, he was managing director and portfolio manager at Lazard Asset Management. Previously, Glaser was chief of Investment Strategies and executive managing director at Turner Investments. He was also head of Institutional Research Sales at Susquehanna International Group, and a managing director at J.P. Morgan.
He earned an MBA from Columbia University, and a bachelor’s degree in History from Wesleyan University. Glaser has been featured in investment news stories in the Wall Street Journal, CNBC, Reuters, the New York Times, and other outlets on the topics of alternative investments and equities. 

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