Ng, Hong Join Clearbrook Global Advisors

Dec 20 2010 | 1:28pm ET

Clearbrook Global Advisors, an investment firm with client assets worth $30 billion under advisement, has hired Timothy C. Ng and Mark N. Hong for its investment consulting arm.

Both come to Clearbrook from Structured Investment Group where Ng was president and CIO and Hong was co-founder and principal. Ng will assume the roles of managing director and head of research at Clearbrook while Hong joins as a director and will also assume a leading role in the research department. Hong, with a background in private equity and venture capital, will also assist Clearbrook in future tactical acquisitions.

Ng and Hong together have over 40 years’ experience managing assets and risk at firms including Smith Barney, Prudential Asset Management and Merrill Lynch.

Elliott Wislar, Clearbrook president and managing principal said, “This new team has experience with dynamic asset allocation across hedge fund strategies, due diligence, portfolio and risk management, and monitoring of manager performance. They are well versed in hedge funds, private equity, senior secured and mezzanine debt financing, structured products, commercial finance and investment banking.  We are extremely pleased that Tim and Mark are joining the Clearbrook family and believe they will be instrumental in helping us build our franchise.”
 


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