Drew Zager is a Managing Director of Morgan Stanley Private Wealth Management. He is a Private Wealth Advisor and the Senior Portfolio Management Director of the eight‐person Zager Fixed Income Management team, which manages high‐grade, fixed income portfolios with assets under management in excess of $8.8 billion as of 12/31/16. Drew has been with the firm for over 30 years. Previously, Drew provided fixed income coverage to Morgan Stanley’s middle market institutional clients. Before joining Morgan Stanley, Drew was a Senior Tax Consultant of KPMG, Peat, Marwick and Mitchell. He was a Certified Public Accountant in the state of California and a graduate of California State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Finance and Accounting. Barron’s has consistently ranked him in their Top 100 list of advisors every year since inception in 2004. Drew is a Founding Director of the UCLA Investment Company, which is responsible for the investment management of The UCLA Foundation. Drew has been the UCLA Anderson Investment Finance keynote speaker and for the past 7 years, he guest lectures at the UCLA Anderson School of Management. For the past 17 years, he has been on the Board of Trustees for the University of California at Riverside. He also serves as the Board Treasurer for the Young Eisner Scholars, a nonprofit organization that identifies and empowers academically promising children in underserved neighborhoods across the country. Drew created and chaired the Morgan Stanley Global Philanthropic Exchange in 2007, which brought together large philanthropic donors, activists and organizations, at the Guggenheim Museum in New York.
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