Guggenheim’s Ierardi To Exelon

Mar 1 2011 | 5:20am ET

Guggenheim Partners hedge fund specialist Drew Ierardi has joined energy company Exelon as a portfolio manager.

In his new post, Ierardi will work with Exelon’s private market investments group, handling private equity, real-estate and other illiquid strategies, the company said.

Ierardi joins from Guggenheim’s hedge fund group. He also formerly worked at alternative investment firms Morgan Creek Capital Management and Cambridge Associates. At the former, he was an investment analyst and at the latter an investment associate.


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