Harbor Capital Appreciation Admin
111 South Wacker Drive,34th Floor
Chicago, IL 60606-4302
Spiros “Sig” A. Segalas,Lead Manager since April 30, 1990
Spiros "Sig" Segalas is one of the founders of Jennison Associates. In addition to managing institutional portfolios, he has managed the Harbor Capital Appreciation Fund since May 1990. He is also co-manager of the Prudential Jennison Blend Fund, Prudential Jennison Growth Fund, Prudential Jennison 20/20 Focus Fund, and the Prudential Jennison Select Growth Fund. Sig and his Large Cap Growth team have received numerous industry accolades over the years.
Sig began his investment career as a research analyst with Bankers Trust Company in 1960 and was responsible for technology, aerospace, and conglomerate securities. In 1963, he was appointed group head of the technology group; in 1967, he was asked to manage a newly introduced commingled emerging growth fund, The Supplemental Equity Fund, for the bank's institutional clients. He was also appointed to the bank's investment policy group. Sig received a BA from Princeton University, after which he served as an officer in the US Navy. He also spent some time in the shipping and construction industries before joining Bankers Trust.
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