Scott Lowry is a Partner at Concord and a member of the Firm’s Investment Committee.
Mr. Lowry has over 29 years of experience in the fields of treasury, financial strategy, investment management and investor relations.
Mr. Lowry was a Vice President and Treasurer as well as a Member of the Corporate Management Committee at C.R. Bard, Inc., where he directed the global treasury, risk management, media relations and credit and collections functions.
Mr. Lowry also served on the Acquisitions Committee that evaluated all potential acquisitions made by the firm. In this capacity he was responsible for vetting financial analytics as well as corporate financing options to support such acquisitions. C.R. Bard, Inc., a $3.8+ billion, 16,000+ employee diversified medical device company with a portfolio business model, was acquired by Becton Dickinson in December 2017.
Mr. Lowry established corporate-wide capital, financial, liquidity and risk management strategies and policies, orchestrated multi-billion dollar share repurchases and debt issuance, chaired the investment committee, and partnered with the CFO, GC and Controller on Bard’s $24 billion sale to Becton Dickinson.
Prior to joining C.R. Bard Inc., Mr. Lowry served as Treasury Manager for AT&T Inc., where he managed AT&T’s $10 billion debt portfolio, including $2 billion structured notes program and financing requirement for the credit card subsidiary to support receivable securitization. Prior to his tenure at AT&T Inc., Mr. Lowry was a Supervisor of Treasury Operations at C.R. Bard, Inc.
Mr. Lowry also served as the Cash Manager and Treasury Analyst at WPP/BursonMarsteller. Since 2007 he has served as a Member of both Audit and Financial Oversight Committees as well as an Advisor to the Investment Committee for Atlantic Health Systems.
He is a Member of NACT, New York Treasurer’s Group and Association of Financial Professionals. Mr. Lowry graduated with his B.S. in Finance from Villanova University and earned his M.B.A. from New York University.