Jackson Square SMID-Cap Growth IS
Managed Portfolio Series615 East Michigan StreetMilwaukee, WI 53202
Christopher J. Bonavico,Lead Manager since November 30, 2003
Christopher J. Bonavico, CFA
Portfolio Manager, Research Analyst
Christopher J. Bonavico became a member of Jackson Square, at its inception in May 2014, as a portfolio manager and research analyst. Prior to joining Jackson Square, he was a portfolio manager and equity analyst on the Delaware Investments Focus Growth Equity team from April 2005 to April 2014. The Focus Growth Equity team managed large-cap growth, smid-cap growth, all-cap growth and global growth portfolios. Prior to joining Delaware Investments, he was a principal and portfolio manager at Transamerica Investment Management, where he managed sub-advised funds and institutional separate accounts. Before joining Transamerica in 1993, he was a research analyst for Salomon Brothers. Bonavico received his bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Delaware.
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