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Shannon Saccocia

Chief Investment Officer, Boston Private

Shannon Saccocia is the Chief Investment Officer at Boston Private, a leading provider of fully integrated wealth management, trust and private banking services.

Ms. Saccocia is responsible for setting the overall investment strategy for the firm. She oversees asset allocation, research, portfolio management, external manager search and selection, portfolio implementation, trading, and investment risk management functions. She also works closely with both the business development team and the wealth advisor team to help construct and deliver customized wealth management solutions to meet clients' specific needs. In her capacity as Chief Investment Officer, she is a member of the firm's executive team, as well as the Investment Policy Committee, and Asset Allocation Working Group.

Previously, Ms. Saccocia was the Director of Manager Search and Selection for Silver Bridge Advisors, which was acquired by Banyan Partners in 2013. Boston Private Wealth acquired Banyan Partners in 2014. Prior to joining Silver Bridge, she worked at State Street Corporation, providing performance and attribution analysis for institutional investors.

Ms. Saccocia holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and is a Certified Investment Management Analyst® professional. She is also a member of the Boston Security Analysts Society, the CFA Institute, and the Investment Management Consultants Association. She earned a BA in Economics and History from Brandeis University.

Ms. Saccocia has appeared many times on CNBC's Power Lunch, Closing Bell, Nightly Business Report and Halftime Report. She currently resides in the Boston area with her husband and two children.

Follow Shannon Saccocia on Twitter @ShannonSaccocia.


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