Bryan J. Spratt, CFA, is a Portfolio Manager focusing on the utilities, telecom and energy sectors. He graduated summa cum laude from Spring Arbor College with a BA in Economics/Computer Science. He has worked as an analyst and portfolio manager in various investment subsidiaries at Comerica Bank and Munder Capital. At Munder, he was a member of the Energy and Power Team that developed, and managed the Munder Power Plus Fund, among other portfolio management responsibilities. Also, Bryan was responsible for the utilities and telecom sectors for the Value Team at Banc One Investment Advisors and the One Group Funds, which ranked among the largest asset managers in the U.S. prior to its acquisition by JP Morgan Chase. Bryan joined the portfolio team in 2004. Bryan has been interviewed and quoted in newspapers and periodicals, the most recent being The Poughkeepsie Journal’s article on the planned acquisition of Central Hudson Gas & Electric.
Their (GE) dividend growth and their continued leadership in growing their infrastructure business and reducing their financial business I think is the right direction.
"We define infrastructure as the essential services and foundational assets in society that make up the backbone of the economy. Core infrastructure assets generally provide the framework for economic growth and social development worldwide."
"Infrastructure is a multi-trillion-dollar asset class we believe is poised for considerable growth in the years ahead."