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Managing Director - Global Head of PRIME | 29 years industry experience
Managing Director - Global Head of PRIME 29 years industry experience
Scott Brown is a Managing Director of Morgan Stanley and the Head of MSREI's regional core real estate strategies globally. With over 29 years of real estate experience, Scott is responsible for the portfolio construction and performance of MSREI's U.S. core real estate fund as well as the direction and execution of the fund’s strategy. He also serves as a member on various investment committees across the platform.
Scott began working with the fund in 1993 as part of Equitable Real Estate and then Lend Lease while becoming fully dedicated to the fund in 2002. He transitioned to Morgan Stanley in 2003 and took a leadership position in the fund in 2007. He is a member of the Pension Real Estate Association and Urban Land Institute.
Scott received an MBA from Indiana University and a BS in Finance from the University of Illinois.
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