Alexandra Snags Former Tremont Exec.

May 14 2007 | 10:08am ET

Alexandra Investment Management has hired John Hock as president and a partner. Hock will work with Alexandra’s senior executive team and will assume responsibility for overseeing the firm’s non-investment activities, including business development, client servicing, operations and strategic planning.

Hock formerly served as executive vice president and head of global sales at Tremont Capital Management, as well as a member of Tremont’s executive committee. Prior to joining Tremont, Hock was a senior managing director and partner at Alpha Investment Management, where he developed the firm’s global institutional hedge fund-of-funds effort.

“With more than 25 years of strategic business experience in the asset management industry, John Hock brings a history of deep institutional business expertise to Alexandra as we seek to grow,” said Mikhail Filimonov, chairman and CEO of Alexandra Investment Management. “We are extremely excited to have John on board and look forward to his contributions to the firm.”


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