Ken Berents

Co-Chairman Investment Committee

Ken has more than 31 years of investment experience, and now serves as the Co-Chairman of Princeton Capital Management's Investment Committee. He began working with the Firm as an Advisory Director in 2007, while also managing family funds and serving on Boards or Advisory Councils of several corporate and not-for-profit organizations. Previously, Ken was a Managing Director of Goldman Sachs Asset Management, serving as Senior Portfolio Manager and Co-Chairman of the investment committee of the Growth team, which managed over $25 billion in assets. Prior to that he was the Director of Equity Research for Wheat First Union, now part of Wells Fargo. Earlier in his investment career, he was a senior research analyst with Alex. Brown & Sons, Legg Mason, and Wheat First Butcher Singer where he was named a Wall Street Journal All Star Media Analyst. A graduate of Villanova University, Ken also received an MA in Journalism from the University of Missouri. Before entering the investment field, Ken was a newspaper reporter, and named an Alfred P. Sloan Fellow in Economics at Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School while working for the Baltimore Sun.