David G. Herro

Partner & Portfolio Manager at Harris Associates LP

David G. Herro

David G. Herro

Partner & Portfolio Manager at Harris Associates LP

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Co-Founder at higi SH LLC

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President & Chief Operating Officer at Chicago Bulls

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Co-Founder at Madison Dearborn Partners LLC

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President & Chief Executive Officer at The Field Museum of Natural History

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Professional at AbbVie, Inc.

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President Emeritus at The Field Museum of Natural History

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Chief Executive Officer at Johnson Publishing Co.

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Co-Founder at Clean Energy Trust

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Professional at InnerWorkings, Inc.

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Founder at Norman Bobins Consulting LLC

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David G. Herro
Partner & Portfolio Manager at Harris Associates LP
Education
M.A. in Economics
Class of 1985

The UW Milwaukee is a community inspired by history, motivated by vision. Our leadership, collaboration, passion and vision will propel you toward greater heights in research, student achievement and community engagement. It offers a uniquely relevant learning experience, educating more Wisconsin residents than any university in the world and recruiting a growing population of international students and faculty. As the most diverse institution in the University of Wisconsin System is a learning destination for 30,000 students.

B.S. in Business & Economics
Class of 1983

University of Wisconsin–Platteville (also known as UW–Platteville) is a public university located in Platteville, Wisconsin, United States. Part of the University of Wisconsin System, it offers both bachelor and master degrees. The university has three colleges that serve over 8,000 students on-campus and an additional 3,000 students through its five distance education programs.The University grew from the 1959 merger of two schools: Wisconsin State College, Platteville and Wisconsin Institute of Technology. WSC-Platteville was founded in 1866 as Platteville Normal School, the first teacher preparation school in Wisconsin. It was renamed Platteville State Teachers College in 1926 and Wisconsin State College, Platteville in 1951. The Wisconsin Institute of Technology, founded in 1907 as the Wisconsin Mining Trade School, was founded to train technicians for the numerous mining operations around Platteville. It evolved into the first three-year program for mining engineers in the United States. It changed its name to the Wisconsin Institute of Technology in 1939. The schools combined became the Wisconsin State College and Institute of Technology. In 1966, along with Wisconsin's other state colleges, it was granted university status as Wisconsin State University-Platteville. It took its current name after the Wisconsin State University system merged with the University of Wisconsin in 1971.

Career History
Partner & Portfolio Manager
2016 - Current

Harris uses a value investment philosophy in selecting equity and equity-like securities of U.S. and non-U.S. issuers. The firm's investment philosophy spans across large, mid and small cap companies. In addition, Harris may hedge a client's exposure to direct or indirect foreign currencies. In constructing portfolios for their clients, the firm seeks out companies that they believe are trading in the market at significant discounts to their underlying value. Harris believes purchasing businesses at a discount to intrinsic value minimizes risk while providing substantial profit potential. The firm uses a bottom-up approach focused on individual companies, rather than focusing on specific economic factors or industries. Harris generates their research ideas from a variety of internal and external sources. The firm's research process seeks to identify companies selling at a discount to its estimate of intrinsic value.

Portfolio Manager
1989 - 1992

SWIB seeks to produce the long-term, stable asset growth needed to meet the current and future obligations of the Wisconsin Retirement System (WRS). The Core Fund is a fully-diversified, balanced fund. It has a significant amount of stocks, but also invests in other assets such as bonds, real estate and private equity. The asset allocation for the Core Fund is typical for large public pension funds. The Variable Fund is an all-stock fund. Investments are only invested in domestic and international stocks. The allocation target for the Variable Fund is 70% for domestic stocks and 30% for international stocks. This allocation is reviewed annually and stocks are the same as the holdings that are found in the Core Fund. The SWIB uses both active and passive strategies in managing the assets of the WRS. Most assets are managed internally. External managers are used to manage investments that involve skills, locations, support systems or intensity of staff attention that make direct management by the SWIB staff impractical or less cost effective. External managers are selected based on investment style, performance, experience, and company size and fee structure. Allocations to stocks, bonds, and other asset classes are determined by a strategic process and are reviewed annually by the Board of Trustees. Quantitative asset/liability modeling and qualitative evaluation are used to select the allocation mix.

Portfolio Manager
1986 - 1989

The Principal Financial Group, Inc. is a financial company, which offers financial products and services to businesses, individuals and institutional clients. It specializes in retirement solutions, insurance, and investment products through its diverse family of financial services companies and national network of financial professionals. It operates its business through following segments: Retirement and Income Solutions, Principal Global Investors, Principal International, U.S. Insurance Solutions and Corporate. The Retirement and Income Solutions segment provides retirement and related financial products and services primarily to businesses, their employees and other individuals. The Principal Global Investors segment provides asset management services to asset accumulation business, insurance operations, corporate segment and third party clients and also refers to mutual fund business. The Principal International segment offers pension accumulation products and services, mutual funds, asset management, income annuities and life insurance accumulation products. The U.S. Insurance Solutions segment operates through two divisions. Specialty benefits insurance division consists of group dental and vision insurance, individual and group disability insurance, group life insurance and non-medical fee-for-service claims administration. Individual life insurance division provides solutions for small & medium-sized businesses. The Corporate segment manages the assets representing capital that has not been allocated to any other segment. The company was founded by Edward A. Temple in 1879 and is headquartered in Des Moines, IA.

Boards & Committees
Member, Board of Trustees
Current

The Field Museum of Natural History houses biological and anthropological collections of specimens. It supports both informal and more structured public learning through exhibits and educational programs. Its curatorial and scientific staff conducts research on the fields of Anthropology, Biology, Geology, and Zoology. The Field Museum was founded in 1893 and is located in Chicago, Illinois.

Director
Current

Founded in 1987 as the Children’s Memorial Foundation, today the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago Foundation is a charitable 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization, through which all gifts benefit Lurie Children’s.

Non-Profit Donations & Grants

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$1,000 - $2,499
2017

THE FOUNDATION PROVIDES SCHOLARSHIPS AND OTHER EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR CADDIES AND PROMOTES THE SOCIAL AND EDUCATIONAL WELFARE OF RECIPIENTS.

$75K - $100K
2017

New York City Center, Inc. provides theatrical and support services. The company was founded on December 11, 1943 and is headquartered in New York, NY.

$1,000 - $2,499
2015

THE FOUNDATION PROVIDES SCHOLARSHIPS AND OTHER EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR CADDIES AND PROMOTES THE SOCIAL AND EDUCATIONAL WELFARE OF RECIPIENTS.

Political Donations
$5,400
2016

Colonel at US Army Reserve

Awards & Honors
CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst)
Events
Speaker
New City, NY
2013 Barron's The Art of Successful Investing Conference

Speaker
One East Sixtieth Street and Fifth Ave-New York, NY
2013 Barron's The Art of Successful Investing Conference

Speaker
1 East Sixtieth Street and Fifth Ave-New York, NY
2012 Barron's The Art of Successful Investing Conference

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