Wednesday, 1 October 2014
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May 19 2011 | 12:16pm ET
Craig W. Gilbert has been named chief marketing officer for the Millburn Corporation, an affiliate of the $2.4 billion Millburn Ridgefield Corporation.
In his new role Gilbert, who comes to Millburn from the New York-based systematic hedge fund Two Sigma Investments, will be responsible for the development, planning and execution of Millburn’s global marketing strategy.
"We are very pleased to have Craig join our organization as we enter into an exciting phase of Millburn’s development,” said Barry A. Goodman, executive vice president of Millburn Ridgefield Corporation. “Given the increased attention that managed futures and CTA strategies are now enjoying in the market, we’re confident that Craig’s significant experience, marketing knowledge and understanding of systematic alternative investment strategies will be an asset to Millburn and to our clients and partners.”
Gilbert served as vice president of marketing at Two Sigma. Prior to this, he’d been marketing director at California-based managed futures specialist Altegris Investments.
Established in 1971, Greenwich, Conn.-based Millburn Ridgefield Corporation uses alternative strategies with an emphasis on disciplined, systematic approaches and rigorous risk management. The Millburn Corporation is an affiliate providing research, trading and support services.
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