Agecroft Partners Hires Sixth Managing Director

Mar 4 2010 | 7:26am ET

Hedge fund consulting and third party marketing firm Agecroft Partners has hired Tim Savage as a managing director.

Savage brings over 20 years of relevant professional experience to his new role at Agecroft, where he will assist with due diligence on potential hedge funds the firm may represent. He is also charged with introducing the firm’s hedge fund clients to large institutional investors located within the United States, Asia and the Middle East.

Prior to Agecroft, Savage founded third party marketing firm Oculus Capital Inc. Savage has also served as vice president of equity sales at Credit Suisse First Boston, and he started his investment career at Alex. Brown and Sons. 

“I am excited to add someone to our organization that allows us to offer our clients global reach in their marketing efforts,” said Don Steinbrugge,  managing partner at Agecroft. “Additionally, Tim brings a wealth of investment knowledge and business acumen that resonates with our clients and institutional investors. Finally, his knowledge of the hedge fund industry, and security markets should give him credibility with large institutional investors.” 


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