Towry Adds Turk, Ex-Stanhope, Forsyth

Jan 13 2011 | 12:30pm ET

Wealth advisory Towry has hired an alternative investments veteran to boost its investment management team.

Ozgun Turk joins the London-based firm after a stint as a due diligence consultant, covering both hedge funds and private equity funds. She formerly served as a senior associate at Stanhope Capital and a senior analyst at Forsyth Partners.

Now, she’ll work as an investment management specialist at Towry, which boasts some £4 billion in assets under management.

“The addition of Ozgun to the team will help us, and our clients, in our next phase of development and growth,” Robert Dawkins, chief investment officer, said.


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