Stonebrook Hires New Pitchman

Apr 17 2007 | 1:02pm ET

Stonebrook Capital Management has hired Darryl Thompson as president with responsibility for business development, marketing and sales. Thompson will report to Stonebrook founder and CIO Jerome Abernathy.
 
Thompson most recently served as a partner at TSG Capital Group, a private equity fund managing over $700 million in assets. He began his financial career in mergers and acquisitions at Morgan Stanley. 

Since 1993, New York-based Stonebrook has structured and managed over $1 billion in asset management products for approximately 50 corporate clients.  The firm is registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission and is licensed as a CTA and CPO with the National Futures Association.


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