Corbin Capital’s Butler Joins Horizon Kinetics

Jul 11 2011 | 10:26am ET

Horizon Kinetics, a global investment firm with approximately $9.5 billion under management, has tapped Corbin Capital Partners vet Steve Butler as head of institutional sales.

In his new role Butler, who had served as director of consultant relations at Corbin, will be responsible for marketing Horizon’s long-only and alternative investments to institutional investors.
 
Butler brings more than 19 years of experience in the financial services industry to his new post. Prior to joining Corbin, he held senior sales, consultant relations and client service roles at Evercore Asset Management and AllianceBernstein. 

Doug Kramer, Horizon Kinetics CEO, said, “We are pleased to welcome a seasoned professional of Steve’s caliber to our firm and look forward to leveraging his knowledge and relationships to expand our presence among  institutional investors, including plan sponsors, endowments, foundations and their advisors and consultants.  Steve’s addition to the team is a continuation of recent significant investments in the firm’s organizational structure, people, processes and technology.”
 
Horizon Kinetics was formed in May 2011 through the merger of Horizon Asset Management (founded in 1994) and Kinetics Asset Management (founded in 1996) and various affiliates. It has over 70 employees and has primary offices in New York City and Elmsford, New York.
 


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