People on the Move: AG & Co., TigerRisk Partners, Bookend Capital, and Clarion Capital
TigerRisk Partners Appoints New CEO
People on the Move for September 5, 2019
TigerRisk Partners appointed James Few to the role of CEO at its London office. Few now reports to company President and COO Rob Bredahl. He comes over from MS Amlin where he modernized the firm’s global reinsurance business. Few leads a busy day of people on the move.
Here are the People on the Move
- The $34 billion Angelo, Gordon & Co. has added Michiel von Saher as a managing director. He is based in London and will lead the firm’s European performing credit research and pick credit investment opportunities. The firm’s Performing Credit team now has 13 members.
- Middle-market PE shop Bookend Capital Partners hired Harshard Khurjekar as a principal. He comes over from RSM’s advisory services team. In addition, the firm added Andrew Masi as an associate. He previously worked in transaction diligence at Ernst & Young.
- Providence Strategic Growth Capital Partners has appointed Adam Marcus as managing director. He was previously a partner at OpenView Venture Partners where he focused on software investments. Prior to his role there, Marchus was an investor at Battery Ventures.
Clarion Adds Five New Employees
- Private equity firm Clarion Capital Partners has added five new members. The firm’s private equity investment team has added Ariana Klener as a senior associate. Meanwhile, Kevin Liss and Rishab Mittal joined the team as associates. On the structured credit team, the firm has added Ho Hong Lau. Finally, the finance team added Andrew Horowitz as Controller.
- Bond trading firm OpenDoor appointed Michael Cashel as its new chief operating officer. Cashel was previously a senior consultant for State Street Global Markets and running the equity arm of Fidelity Investments. He has 27 years of experience in the financial markets. Cashel will help the firm expand its operations across the $16.2 trillion U.S. Treasury market.
- Fulcrum Asset Management has named Panos Dafas as its Research Director for the firm’s quant and systematic team. Dafas comes over from Aspect Capital, where he served as Principal Researcher and Portfolio Manager of the firm’s Absolute Return Program.
Virtu Financial Shakes Up CFO Role
- Virtu Financial has appointed two new senior-level members to its executive team. The electronic trading firm has hired Marc Rosenthal from Morgan Stanley. He will serve as the executive vice president of strategy and corporate development. Rosenthal was at Morgan Stanley for 22 years. Meanwhile, Alex Ioffe will leave his post as CFO of Interactive Brokers to join Virtu in the same role.
- And speaking of Virtu, former CFO Joseph Molluso has moved on to take the same role at Capoitolis. Molluso served as EVP and CFO at Virtu for six years.
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