SkyBridge Taps Cerberus Vet To Head Risk Management

Sep 19 2011 | 9:56am ET

New York-based alternative investment manager SkyBridge Capital has hired Cerberus Capital Management alumnus Tatiana Segal as a managing director and head of risk management.

Segal, who served as managing director and chief risk officer at Cerberus, has more than 18 years’ experience with both buy-side and sell-side firms. Prior to joining Cerberus, she held a chief risk officer position with Diamond Lake Investment Group and prior to that, was a director at Citigroup Alternative Investments. During her tenure at Citi, she also served on the operational risk council, as well as various fiduciary committees. 

In her new role, Segal will be based in New York and report directly to SkyBridge Capital’s managing partners.

Said SkyBridge managing partner Anthony Scaramucci, “Through thought leadership and deep knowledge of the financial industry and risk, Tatiana is uniquely positioned to broaden our investment oversight and make important strategic contributions as the firm continues to expand on a global scale. Already familiar with our products and value proposition having previously worked with the team at Citi, Tatiana’s knowledge and expertise will be invaluable.”
 
Founded in 2005, SkyBridge today has approximately $8 billion in assets under management or advisement.


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