General Investing >> Money Manager Interviews >> August 25, 2014
Investing in Closed-End Mutual Funds with a Focus on Diversification and Distributions
Jonathan S. Raclin is a Principal of Barrington Asset Management. Mr. Raclin graduated with a B.A. from St. Lawrence University and an M.A. from Northwestern University. Following service as a commissioned officer in the U.S. Marine Corps, Mr. Raclin was associated with White, Weld & Co., a Partner of William Blair & Company, and Executive Vice President for Capital Markets with The Chicago Corporation. He is a former regional chairman of The National Association of Securities Dealers, a former President of the Bond Club of Chicago and of the Attic Club. He previously served as a director of the St. Simon’s Land Trust, and has been President of the Coastal Georgia Historical Society and Co-Chairman of Emmi Solutions, a privately held health care information company. He is recently retired as a director of the Public Broadcasting Service in Washington, D.C. Profile
TWST: Please start by telling us about your background.
Mr. Raclin: I have been a Registered Principal of Barrington Asset Management since 1994. I graduated from St. Lawrence