Fulcrum Opens U.S. Sales Office

Mar 11 2011 | 11:34am ET

London hedge fund Fulcrum Asset Management is expanding across the Atlantic with a new sales office and two new hires.

Fulcrum, founded in 2004 by a pair of Goldman Sachs veterans, named Tom Dempsey head of its new North America operations and Maggie Gresio to lead business development in the region. Both are based at the firm's new New York office.

Dempsey formerly worked at Tremblant Capital and Goldman.

"Tom's industry knowledge, experience and insight make him an excellent addition to the Fulcrum management team," firm chairman Gavyn Davies said. "His hire marks a significant expansion into the U.S. market which Tom will lead."


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