Investment Team

Gregory S. Steier BBH Intermediate Municipal Bond Fund Manager

Mr. Steier is the Head of Tax-Exempt Fixed Income and Inflation-Indexed Securities. He joined BBH in 1992 and became a Managing Director of the firm in 2006. Prior to his existing responsibilities, Mr. Steier managed taxable portfolios and traded corporate, mortgage, and asset-backed securities. Mr. Steier also served as a senior member of the fixed income quantitative research team with a focus on valuation work and performance attribution. In addition to his fixed income responsibilities, Mr. Steier serves on BBH's Asset-Liability Committee. Mr. Steier holds a B.S. in Accounting and an MBA in Finance from New York University’s Stern School of Business.

Leroy Edwards Fixed Income Analyst

Mr. Edwards is a municipal credit analyst covering all sectors with a focus on states, airports, and utilities. He joined BBH Investment Management in 2003 and had prior roles as a supervisor in the BBH Mutual Funds and BBH Fund Execution & Custody teams. Mr. Edwards holds an undergraduate degree in Business Administration from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and an MBA from New York University Stern School of Business.

Kate A. Fuller Fixed Income Analyst

Ms. Fuller is a municipal credit analyst. She joined BBH Investment Management in 2005 and previously worked as a trader on the municipal bond desk. Ms. Fuller holds both an undergraduate and a master’s degree from Providence College.

Mr. Hyman is a municipal fixed income trader. He joined BBH Investment Management in 2007 and handles portfolio management and tax-exempt security trade execution. Mr. Hyman holds an undergraduate degree in Business Economics from the State University of New York, College at Oneonta.

Mr. Dorman is involved with municipal portfolio construction and trading. He joined BBH Investment Management in 2014 and handles portfolio management and tax-exempt security trade execution. Mr. Dorman holds an undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Endicott College.