Scott R. Emerman, CFA Partner

“How companies in the Consumer Discretionary space are able to deal with rising input costs will determine the winners and the losers in the current environment. Strong brands with real pricing power will stand out against a back drop of higher costs.”

Scott R. Emerman, CFA

Partner

Westfield Capital welcomed Scott in 2002, and he is now a Partner and a member of the firm’s Investment Committee. Scott’s research encompasses the Consumer Discretionary sector.

Prior to joining Westfield, Scott spent five years as Vice President of Equity Research at Harbor Capital Management in Boston. In 1997, Scott was an Associate in the High Yield Research Group at Morgan Stanley Dean Witter. He began his career in 1991 at Dean Witter Reynolds, where he covered the specialty retail and footwear industries.

Scott is a Chartered Financial Analyst and earned his Bachelor of Sciences degree from Lehigh University. He is a member of the Boston Security Analysts Society.

Active in the community, Scott is a Power Lunch volunteer with Boston Partners in Education, and also gives his time to the Director’s Club at the Home for Little Wanderers. He is a member of the investment committee at Hebrew Senior Life, a nonprofit, non-sectarian organization focused on providing communities and health care for seniors, research into aging, and education for geriatric care providers.

Professional History

Partner
Consumer Discretionary
 

2002 - Present: Westfield Capital Management
1997 - 2002: Harbor Capital Management
1997 - 1997: Morgan Stanley Dean Witter
1991 - 1997: Dean Witter Reynolds
1991: Lehigh University, BS

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