C12 Adds Sandell Investor Relations Team

Mar 29 2010 | 11:30am ET

Credit hedge fund shop C12 Capital Management has hired a pair of investor relations veterans to lead its own client outreach program.

The New York- and London-based firm, which boasts $13 billion in assets, named Richard Geller head of investor relations, Pensions and Investments reports. He joins the firm from Sandell Asset Management, where he was head of marketing. Geller has also done stints at MD Sass and Bear Stearns.

Joining Geller is Kara Margolis, C12’s newly-minted director of investor relations. The two worked together at Sandell, where Margolis headed U.S. consultant relations and institutional business development. Prior to joining Sandell, Margolis worked at Arden Asset Management and GM Asset Mangaement.


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