G2, Forbes Alts. J.V. Adds Four Execs.

Sep 17 2010 | 1:13am ET

Forbes Private Capital Group, the hedge fund and private equity joint venture of G2 Investment Group and Forbes Financial, have hired for executives.

The j.v., set up earlier this year to raise money for p.e. and hedge funds, as well as real estate and credit instruments, is led by J. Todd Morley, the co-founder of Guggenheim Partners. Robert Cox, Terri Kahan, Norris Lam and David Martus have joined the firm, Bloomberg News reports.

Cox was a senior managing director at Lehman Brothers. Kahan worked at hedge fund Sandelman Partners. Lam joins from Guggenheim Securities and will be based in Hong Kong. Martus was head of investor relations at Pegasus Capital Advisors.

Forbes Private Capital has about 60 employees in New York, Hong Kong and Qatar.


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