CTA Peregrine Promotes Courtright To President

Jun 2 2011 | 12:15pm ET

Commodity trading advisor Peregrine Asset Management has picked an insider to serve as its new president.

Managing director John Courtright has been promoted to top job, succeeded Neil Aslin. Aslin will become chairman of the CTA and Peregrine Diversified Investment Services, Peregrine Holdings' investment adviser.

Peregrine also said that PDIS will have a new president, Mark Lishchynsky.

Courtright was a principal of hedge fund St. Croix Asset Management before joining Peregrine in 2008.


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