NEPC Adds New Blood To Hedge Fund Team

Apr 5 2010 | 7:43pm ET

NEPC is beefing up its alternative investment advisory group. The firm, formerly known as New England Pension Consultants, has announced that Kamal Suppal will be joining its ranks on April 7 as a consultant on the hedge fund team.

Suppal is joining the Cambridge, Massachusetts-headquartered firm from US Trust Private Wealth Management where he worked as vice president and portfolio manager. Prior to US Trust, Kamal was an associate investment counselor at RBC Private Counsel in Vancouver, Canada.

NEPC is an independent, full service investment consulting firm, providing asset allocation, manager search, performance evaluation and investment policy services to middle and upper market institutional investment programs. The firm has 283 retainer relationships, representing assets of $342 billion with approximately $50 billion of which is invested in alternative assets.


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