Global Conference 2010
Chief Investment Officer, Guggenheim
Scott Minerd is Chief Investment Officer of Guggenheim, a diversified financial services firm with over $100 billion in assets under supervision. Minerd sets the overall investment strategy, overseeing client accounts across a range of fixed-income and equity securities. He has expertise in finance and public policy, most recently working on the Build America Bonds and Qualified School Construction Bond programs. Minerd is regarded as a leading voice in how the private sector can work with state and local governments for the benefit of both the public good and investors. Before Guggenheim, he was a managing director for Morgan Stanley and later Credit Suisse, where he oversaw fixed-income credit trading in the U.S., Europe and Asia. Minerd began his career as a CPA for Price Waterhouse. He received his bachelor's degree in economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and completed graduate work at the University of Chicago and the Wharton School.