General Investing >> Money Manager Interviews >> July 13, 2009

Large Cap Core Investing – Timothy E. Hartch & Michael R. Keller – Brown Brothers Harriman & Co.

Timothy E. Hartch is Managing Director and Co-Head of the Domestic Equity Team at Brown Brothers Harriman and Co. He joined the firm in 1996 and is currently the co-manager for BBH's large cap Core Select equity portfolios and 1818 Partners, LP, an investment partnership that focuses on information and business service companies. Prior to that he was a part of the corporate finance department and worked for five years providing mergers and acquisitions advisory services to BBH clients and evaluating, negotiating and monitoring investments for private equity and mezzanine funds managed by BBH. He co-founded 1818 Partners in 2001 and became the co-manager of the Core Select portfolios in 2005. He received an AB degree from Harvard University, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He also received an MBA degree from the University of Michigan Business School and a JD degree from the University of Michigan Law School. Profile
Michael R. Keller is a Senior Vice President of Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. with nine years of investing experience. He earned a BSE degree from Princeton University. Prior to joining Brown Brothers Harriman in 2005, he was a senior equity analyst for KeyBanc Capital Markets, covering technology and business services. He is a CFA charterholder. Profile
TWST: Michael, give us an overview of Brown Brothers Harriman and your Core

Select Fund?

Mr. Keller: Brown Brothers Harriman is a private bank that was founded in

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