Benjamin H. Griswold IV will join Brown Advisory as a partner and chairman of the boards of Brown Investment Advisory and Trust and Brown Advisory Securities. Mr. Griswold was senior chairman of Deutsche Bank Securities. He also was chairman of Alex. Brown & Sons before its mergers with Bankers Trust and then Deutsche Bank; he was chairman in 1993 when Alex. Brown founded Brown Advisory.
Katherine Breedis, Chris Costanza, Tatiana Pohotsky and Joanna Shatney joined Schroder Investment Management as analysts on the U.S. large-cap equity team, said Martin Luz, spokesman. All are new positions. Schroder is searching for one more analyst to round out the team, which now totals 13, Mr. Luz said. The hirings are "part of Schroder's continuing program to build out its North American investing capability," Peter Clark, CEO of Schroder's North American operations, said in a news release. Schroder had $204 billion in assets under management as of Dec. 31. Ms. Breedis and Ms. Shatney were both vice presidents and senior analysts at Goldman Sachs. Mr. Costanza was an associate director and analyst at UBS. Ms. Pohotsky was vice president and analyst at Independence Investments. Kelly Frederick, Goldman Sachs spokeswoman, did not return a call by press time seeking information on Ms. Breedis and Ms. Shatney's replacements. Bill Dentzer, UBS spokesman, did not have information on filling Mr. Costanza's post. An official at Independence said the firm is evaluating whether it will replace Ms. Pohotsky.