Tuesday, 23 September 2014
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Mar 8 2010 | 4:02am ET
BlueMountain Capital Management has strengthened its investor relations and marketing team with a new hire and a promotion.
The $4 billion New York-based hedge fund has added Jennifer Strickland as a managing director on the team. Josh Drazen, previously vice president of business management and strategy, has been promoted to the same post.
Strickland joins BlueMountain from HBK Capital Management, where she served as director of investor relations for nearly a decade.
“We are expanding our product offerings to provide investors access to our distinctive expertise in global credit and equity derivatives markets through fund structures that fit their needs,” Stephen Siderow, president, said. “These new appointments will help us more effectively communicate the strengths and distinctiveness of our integrated investment approach.”
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