Brown Advisory Names New Senior Advisor

Brown Advisory, an independent investment management firm, said on Wednesday that it has named Vincent Burke as a senior advisor. In his new role, Burke will leverage his experience as a lawyer and fiduciary to serve Brown Advisory’s clients in the U.S.


WASHINGTON, June 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Brown Advisory, a leading independent investment management firm with approximately $38 billion in client assets, today announced the appointment of Vincent Burke as a Senior Advisor. Mr. Burke will leverage his experience as a lawyer and fiduciary to serve Brown Advisory’s clients across the U.S. and to expand the firm’s presence in Washington, D.C.
“After working with Vince as a client for a number of years, we are thrilled to welcome him to our firm,” said Michael D. Hankin, Brown Advisory’s president and CEO. “In order for us to provide our growing number of clients first-rate performance, objective advice and the highest level of client service, we need to attract high-quality professionals like Vince who share our values and put the client first.”
Mr. Burke brings to Brown Advisory expertise earned from a long and distinguished legal career. Since 2007, he has been the Managing Director and Counsel at Bank of Georgetown and will continue in those capacities for the bank in addition to his new responsibilities at Brown Advisory. He previously served as partner at Furey, Doolan & Abell, LLP in Chevy Chase, Maryland and at Reasoner, Davis & Fox in Washington, D.C.
He has been an active leader in the Washington, D.C. community for many years, volunteering his time to numerous nonprofit and service organizations. He is chairman, president and trustee of the Clark-Winchcole Foundation; vice president and trustee of The Supreme Court Historical Society; a trustee of the Sibley Memorial Hospital Foundation; chairman of the board for the Consortium of Catholic Academies and a member of the board of directors for several area nonprofits, including the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington and the Christ Child Society.
About Brown Advisory
Brown Advisory ( is an independent investment management firm, with approximately $38 billion in client assets, with principal offices in Baltimore and Washington, D.C., as well as in New York, Boston, Wilmington, Del., Chapel Hill, N.C., and London. Brown Advisory serves institutional and private clients in all 50 states and 22 countries, and all of its more than 320 full-time employees worldwide are equity owners of the firm.