Grew up in western Massachusetts, attended Drew University in Madison, N.J., where he caught the writing bug and realized that New York (just an hour away) was the place to be for publishing. First job in publishing, however, was telemarketing a computer equipment directory for Ziff-Davis. Eventually landed at Reuters, where he cut his teeth on the Wall Street desk. Spent 10 years there in New York, Hong Kong and Chicago. Joined Crain in 2003 as a reporter with Pensions & Investments, was involved with Financial Week for a couple years, went back to P&I, took a couple years ‘off’ from Crain to run a content-driven community website for the institutional capital markets industry and came back in 2010 to join InvestmentNews. Greg has a wife and two kids and his main hobby is cooking.
Jun 25, 2015
Money manager says the market still has room to run, but admits allocating assets in today's environment is not easy