Monday, 22 September 2014
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Horizon Cash Management, an investment advisory firm, has named Jill King partner.
King, who is also a senior vice president and senior portfolio manager, is responsible for
directing all trading, operational and research functions. As partner, she will expand her role by helping to execute Horizon's strategy and will further develop ways to achieve its short- and lon-term goals.
Pauline Modjeski, president and executive managing partner at Horizon Cash Management, said, “Jill has made many significant contributions to the success of our business, bringing an increased level of experience to our trading desk and making investment and strategy decisions that have facilitated our growth and improved our client service. We are delighted to name her a partner of Horizon.”
King has more than 20 years of experience trading and marketing fixed-income securities. She has traded in all sectors of the fixed-income universe, including U.S. Treasury and Agencies securities, high grade corporate, high yield and international notes and bonds. Before joining Horizon in 2005, King worked at Northern Trust Securities, Melvin Securities and First Union Securities (now Wells Fargo Securities) where, as vice president, she established and managed
the emerging market desk.
Founded in 1991, Horizon offers clients, including managed futures funds, hedge funds and other institutional investors, customized portfolios that suit their individual requirements. Current assets under management are approximately $2.5 billion serving over 80 accounts. Horizon is headquartered in Chicago.
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