Riverside Boosts IR Team

Jun 14 2007 | 1:13pm ET

Small-cap private equity firm The Riverside Company recently hired Avi Turetsky as an assistant director for fundraising and investor relations.

Turetsky joins from sell-side M&A advisor at Goldsmith Agio Helms, where he focused on the specialty retail and direct marketing industry. Turetsky also was part of the transaction team at Lehman Brothers, where he worked on a variety of equity and debt offerings and M&A transactions.

Riverside has also hired Pam Koberg as an investor relations coordinator. Koberg previously served as the client services manager with the Elevation Group, an event management firm.

Riverside specializes in investing in premier companies with enterprise values of less than $100 million.


In Depth

Part II: Roubini Talks Risk, Recovery And The Threat Of A Triple Dip Recession

Oct 21 2014 | 12:41pm ET

In the second half of our interview with Nouriel Roubini, FINalternatives editor...

Lifestyle

Balyasny Pays Over $6M For Lakefront House

Oct 22 2014 | 10:29am ET

A venture headed by hedge fund manager Dmitry Balyasny just paid $6.2 million for...

Guest Contributor

Hedge Funds Weather A Data Management Perfect Storm

Oct 22 2014 | 12:28pm ET

From a regulatory standpoint, nearly every development since the crisis has placed...

 

Videos

Editor's Note

    Guidelines for Guest Articles

    Oct 22 2014 | 9:46am ET

    We are always looking for guest articles from hedge fund managers and buy-side firms.

    If you are interested in submitting a contributed piece for possible publication on FINalternatives, please take a look at the specs. Read more…

 

Futures Magazine

October 2014 Cover

Deeply flawed risk benchmark

Most traders agree that proper risk management is the key to successful trading. However, many traders depend on the deeply flawed measure of standard deviation as a benchmark of risk. Here we put it ...

The Alpha Pages

TAP July/August 2014 Cover

The Alpha Pages Interview: Senator Rand Paul

Senator Paul sat down in the debut series of the Alpha Pages Interview to discuss the broken tax code, regulation surrounding Bitcoin, and his plans for the 2016 Presidential election.