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Lewis Hart Managing Director, Corporate Banking, Private Banking

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Lewis Hart joined BBH in 2005 and is the co-head of the Commodities & Logistics division within the Private Banking business. In this role, he is responsible for managing a team that offers debt and equity capital and strategic advice to leading private companies and their owners. Prior to his current role, Mr. Hart served as a senior relationship manager in the firm’s Private Wealth Management business. He completed the firm’s Management Development Program in 2005 and founded the Commodity Markets Update, a publication dedicated to agricultural, metal, energy and transportation markets.

Mr. Hart has a B.A. in history from the University of Pennsylvania and studied at the London School of Economics. He serves on several corporate and not-for-profit boards, including the Government Affairs Committee of the National Coffee Association and the Mallory Alexander International Group Board of Directors. In addition, he serves on the Gordon Parks Foundation Board of Directors, the Associates Council of Prep for Prep and the Alumni Executive Committee of Collegiate School in Manhattan.

Market Commentary - 7 files

The New Fuel of Choice August 2017

Lewis Hart looks at trends in the U.S. power market. He zeroes in on renewable energy sources and the profound impact government policy is having on their surge in usage.

From the Ground Up: Building Brooklyn Roasting Company May 2017

BBH sits down with Jim Munson and Michael Pollack, Brooklyn Roasting Company’s co-founders, to discuss building the business, expanding from wholesale to retail, incorporating social goals into the company’s mission and identifying ...

The Contango Trade: A Cost of Capital Competition October 2015

During this period of price volatility in the crude oil market, Senior Vice President Lewis Hart zeros in on how a company’s cost of capital is a critical and often overlooked variable in determining whether a firm can profit from periods of ...