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What the investment chief at America’s oldest private bank has to say about the future of US markets

Founded in 1818, Brown Brothers Harriman arranged America's first initial public offering and once held a monopoly on mail delivery to Great Britain. Scott Clemons is BBH's chief investment strategist, and a 26-year veteran of the bank. Business Insider caught up with him to talk markets, monetary policy and the changing nature of asset allocation. The bank has $26.9 billion in assets under management in private banking, approximately $58.
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