Ex-Pershing Square I.R. Head Jumps To Perry

Jan 7 2011 | 8:48am ET

Perry Capital has named former Pershing Square Capital Management investor relations chief Doreen Mochrie to lead it own I.R. effort.

Mochrie begins at the $6.8 billion firm next week, according to Hedge Fund Alert. While she stepped down as Pershing Square's client relations head last February, she stayed with the firm until the end of last year as a consultant.

Before joining Pershing Square in 2007, Mochrie was chief marketing officer at Cyrus Capital. She was also formerly managing director of institutional business at Swiss private bank Lombard Odier Darier Hentsch & Cie. and a senior vice president at Deutsche Asset Management.


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