Scott D. Stewart has been an investment practitioner and educator for more than 30 years. He currently is Clinical Professor of Finance and Accounting and Faculty Co-Director of the Parker Center for Investment Research at the SC Johnson College of Business, Cornell University. He conducts academic research in finance and education, and remains active in investment management. His papers have been published in the Financial Analysts Journal, Financial Review, Journal of Portfolio Management, Journal of Financial Education and The Accounting Review. He is coauthor of Portfolio Management: Theory and Practice (Wiley, 2019) and author of Manager Selection (CFA Research Foundation, 2013).
Prior to his academic career, Dr. Stewart was a portfolio manager of global long and long-short equity, fixed-income, and asset allocation strategies. His investment career included 14 years at Fidelity Investments, where he was founder and equity group leader of the $45 billion Structured Investments Group and senior adviser to Equity Research.
Between 2002 and 2012, he was a research associate professor at Boston University’s School of Management and the faculty director of the school’s graduate program in investment management. Dr. Stewart was a portfolio manager at State Street Bank Asset Management Division (now State Street Global Advisors) immediately following the completion of his PhD in Finance at Cornell.