Agecroft Partners Taps Hedge Fund Vet Doug Moore

Jul 19 2011 | 7:30am ET

Agecroft Partners, a hedge fund consulting and third-party marketing firm, has hired hedge fund veteran Doug Moore as a managing director. 

Moore brings over 14 years of institutional hedge fund experience to Agecroft Partners, including eight years with another hedge fund third-party marketing firm and six with a multi-billion dollar hedge fund. During this time he has developed a very strong knowledge of hedge fund investment strategies and the capital markets, which should give him significant credibility with large institutional investors. 

In his new post at Agecroft, Moore will assist with due diligence on potential hedge funds the firm may represent and introduce the firm’s hedge fund clients to large institutional investors located within the Midwest and Northwest U.S. and Europe.
 
“Doug is a wonderful addition to our firm. Our business model is to introduce top quality hedge funds in a consultative manner to large institutional investors. It is imperative that the members of our firm are highly technically competent. In addition, Doug has a reputation of having high integrity and strong ethical standards which are vital characteristics to build the long term reputation of our firm,” said Agecroft Partners’ Managing Partner Don Steinbrugge.
 


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