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John-Carl Brew
Phone: 610.417.8580

John-Carl Brew

Managing Director, Credit Review

John-Carl Brew is a Managing Director, Credit Review at VBC. John-Carl manages the firm’s municipal credit analytics and serves its client base through portfolio risk management, municipal credit risk ratings, and custom analysis.

John-Carl has over a decade of experience as a municipal credit analyst. John-Carl’s career began at Seifried & Brew, where he became Managing Partner and Director of Municipal Credit Analytics. At Seifried & Brew, John-Carl developed a rigorous, quantitative approach to municipal credit risk analysis.

John-Carl graduated magna cum laude from the University of North Carolina in Asheville with a B.S. in environmental management and policy and a minor in economics. He received his MBA in accounting from DeSales University. Outside of work, John-Carl likes spending time with his family, as well as hiking, gardening, and producing art.

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John-Carl Brew

John-Carl Brew

Managing Director, Credit Review
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