• 2023 Asset Allocation Perspectives and Outlook

    We are pleased to share Brown Advisory’s 2023 Outlook. Each year, the Annual Outlook report assesses the current investment landscape and discusses some of the main themes being expressed in client portfolios. Some key investment themes discussed this year include how a reset in valuations in the fixed-income segment may help simplify portfolio construction, reflections on the current environment where “cash flow is king” and how crucial milestones in artificial intelligence may impact markets and society.

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  • Annual Report

    We are pleased to share with you Brown Advisory’s 2022 Annual Report.

    This year’s title—Mountains—is a nod to the challenges behind us and those that still lie ahead. As investors, partners and advisors, we aspire to help our clients navigate the “climb” toward their goals.

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  • CIO Perspectives Podcast: The Outlook for 2023, a deep dive into the venture landscape and dissecting the AI buzz

    As the end of the first quarter of 2023 approaches, Sid Ahl and Erika Pagel are joined by Jon Bassett and Joe Pasqualichio to discuss one of the most fascinating technological developments of the new year: the new developments in generative AI.

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  • Thoughtful, Long-Term Investment Solutions.

    Brown Advisory helps individuals, families and institutions invest their capital, tackle complex challenges and pursue ambitious, long-term goals.

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    We work with individuals and families that aim for greatness. We build open-architecture investment strategies to help them achieve their family, legacy and philanthropic aspirations.

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President & CEO
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Senior Advisor