Bart A. Grenier

Bart A. Grenier

Chairman and CEO, The Boston Company Asset Management LLC

Currently employed at Deutsche Asset Management


Previous: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, California State Polytechnic University



    Massachusetts resident Bart A. Grenier currently leads The Boston Company Asset Management LLC as CEO and Chairman. Until early 2011, Bart A. Grenier served Deutsche Asset Management and DB Advisors as Managing Director and Global Head of Institutional Investments. In this capacity, Bart A. Grenier oversaw all activities of a $252 billion investment organization, not limited to single-manager hedge funds, passive equities and fixed income, multi-asset class, and liquidity management. Formerly a member of the Asset Management Division’s Global Operating Committee, Bart A. Grenier also fulfilled various duties for the Risk, Strategy, and Institutional Global Investment Committees with overall responsibility for DB Advisors’ P&L. Aside from his work at The Boston Company Asset Management, Bart A. Grenier contributes to a number of charities, including the Nantucket Dreamland Foundation, the American Ireland Fund, and Autism Speaks. Notably, Bart A. Grenier hosted a 2006 event for Autism Speaks at his home in Eel Point, Nantucket, raising more than $100,000 from key figures in the media, government, and business sectors. An avid tennis player, runner, gardener, and reader, Bart A. Grenier counts financial expert Michael Lewis among his favorite authors. Bart A. Grenier launched his career in finance and business management after four years as a chemical engineer. Following the receipt of his Master of Science in Management and Finance from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Bart A. Grenier landed a number of roles as a financial analyst, working in diverse capacities for National Life Investment Management Company, Duff & Phelps Corporation, and Fidelity Management & Research LLC. At Fidelity, Bart A. Grenier was an integral member of the executive staff for almost 15 years, earning a succession of promotions through analytical and research positions to become Senior Vice President and Voting Shareholder before his move to Deutsche Asset Management and DB Advisors.



CIO, DB Advisors, Managing Director

At Deutsche Asset Management

From 2005 to Present


  • Asset management
  • Financial services
  • Management

Centres d'intérêt

  • Gardening
  • Running
  • Tennis