Dr. Charles Lieberman

About Dr. Charles Lieberman

Dr. Charles Lieberman is the Chief Investment Officer and co-founder of Advisors Capital Management, LLC. Dr. Lieberman began his professional career as an academic at the University of Maryland and Northwestern University. After five years in academia, he joined the Federal Reserve Bank of New York as head of its Monetary Analysis staff. From there, Dr. Lieberman moved to Wall Street, working with Morgan Stanley and Shearson Lehman Brothers, focusing on the debt and equity markets, respectively. In 1986, he joined Manufacturers Hanover Securities as Chief Economist and Head of Research and retained that position through the subsequent mergers with Chemical Bank and Chase Manhattan. During his eleven and a half years with these banks, he worked intensively with clients, as well as the Bank’s trading desks and portfolio and sat on the Bank’s Markets Committee, which was responsible for funding, interest rate, and currency risk management. He also traveled extensively on behalf of the Bank, both domestically and internationally, consulting with senior government officials and portfolio managers of some of the largest financial institutions in the world. In 1997, he left Chase to found, along with co-founder Henry Kaufman, the global macro hedge fund Strategic Investors Management LLC, and to serve as its managing partner and principal strategist. Dr. Lieberman has appeared often on Bloomberg, CNBC, and is frequently quoted by Barron’s and The Wall Street Journal. Dr. Lieberman earned his B.A. in Economics at MIT, and a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania.

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