Athena’s Grady Joins I-Bank Moelis

Apr 7 2010 | 9:37am ET

Multi-family office Athena Capital has lost its head of new business development to boutique investment bank Moelis & Co.

John Grady was named a senior adviser in Moelis’ Boston office. He is charged with helping the firm build its client relationships.

“John brings us a wealth of experience and unparalleled high-level relationships with management of many key companies," said Ken Moelis, CEO. "His deep knowledge of the financial services sector as well as his long-term connections within the New England business community will greatly enhance our client service and coverage.”

Before joining Athena, Grady worked at Lehman Brothers Investment Management and State Street Global Advisors.


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