Scott Merves - Finance Executive
Scott Merves established BroadArch Capital LLC in 2009, after working in the financial field for more than 15 years with major firms, including the Continental Bank of New Jersey and the former Bear Stearns Asset Management. Currently, Scott Merves balances his duties as a Managing Partner, Senior Analyst, and Portfolio Manager of BroadArch Capital with charitable and recreational activities.
At BroadArch Capital, Scott Merves serves as a Co-Founder and half of a team that manages two hedge funds with approximately $40 million in assets under management. His day-to-day duties include reviewing investment proposals, developing and implementing risk management strategies, and marketing the funds to current and potential investors.
Scott Merves earned a Bachelor’s degree in Organizational Management from the University of Michigan before launching his career. He served as a Financial Analyst at the Continental Bank of New Jersey prior to joining Bear, Stearns & Co., Inc., in 1994. Mr. Merves worked for Bear Stearns for seven years, during which time he was promoted on a fast track to Associate Director, in addition to receiving two Honorable Mentions and Best Up-and-Comer recognition from trade publisher Institutional Investor. From 2001 to 2002, he served as a critical contributor to the launch of the Glenview Capital Management Fund, for which he served as a Partner and Senior Equity Analyst. During his time with the fund, he helped grow its assets under management from $250 million to roughly $1 billion. In 2002, Mr. Merves joined Bear Stearns Asset Management. In this role, he helped manage two equity hedge fund strategies possessing capital of approximately $1 billion and oversaw investment decisions within several areas, including aerospace and defense, utilities, media, consumer products, and automotive manufacturing.
Outside of the office, Scott Merves enjoys golfing, skiing, and playing tennis. Additionally, he serves on the Board of Directors for the R-Baby Foundation, a non-profit organization centered on increasing and improving pediatric emergency care programs.