Revere Capital Names Mackin Head Of Marketing

Jun 29 2011 | 8:18am ET

New York and London-based Revere Capital Advisors has tapped John Mackin as its global head of marketing and business development.

Mackin, who has over 20 years’ investment management experience, has spent the last eight years leading new business development efforts for smaller and emerging hedge fund strategies at Threadneedle Investments, Arklow Capital, Highland Capital, Pardus Capital and Protégé Partners. From 1997 to 2003, Mackin was a senior member of the institutional marketing team at Lazard Asset Management.

“I’m thrilled to lead the global distribution effort for Revere, an organization that shares my passion for providing differentiated investment ideas in the emerging manager space,” said Mackin, who will head a four-member global team in his new post.

Revere is launching the multi-strategy Revere Tactical Risk Fund on July 1 with partners’ capital.

Revere Capital Advisors is an alternative investment firm representing and servicing family offices and other institutional investors.


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