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|Portfolio Manager of International Small Cap Equity|
Todd Jacobson is the Portfolio Manager for Lord Abbett's international small cap equity product. He also manages the Lord Abbett International Opportunities Fund, an international equity product that invests in small and mid cap international growth stocks. Mr. Jacobson establishes the investment strategy for the product and is responsible for overseeing a research team that can invest in a universe of almost 5,000 small cap companies with little or no research otherwise available.
Mr. Jacobson has nearly two decades of experience in the financial services industry. He joined Lord Abbett in 2003 as part of the international equity team and, shortly thereafter, he assumed management responsibilities for the small cap international product. Prior to joining Lord Abbett, Mr. Jacobson worked for Warburg Pincus Asset Management/CSAM from 1997–2003, where he was Director and Co-Manager of the International Focus Equity Project and Head of Japanese Equities (Tokyo). From 1993–97, he worked at Brown Brothers Harriman as a Japanese Equity Analyst and Fixed Income Portfolio Manager. He also worked as an Equity Analyst for Value Line from 1989–91.
Mr. Jacobson has been quoted in Barron's and The Wall Street Journal, interviewed on CNBC, featured in PlanSponsor as an expert on international small cap investing, and named a top fund manager by financial advisor trade magazine On Wall Street.
Mr. Jacobson received an MBA in finance from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and a BA in economics from the State University of New York–Binghamton. He is a holder of a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation.