Atrato Hires Quant. Analyst

Feb 24 2012 | 4:28am ET

Hedge fund consultancy Atrato Advisors continues to grow in the wake of its third anniversary—and its first set of institutional mandates.

The New York-based firm has hired Jinah Jang as an analyst. Jang joins from fund of hedge funds Argus Advisors. The quantitative specialist previously worked at Schafer Cullen Capital Management.

In addition, Atrato has promoted Mike Boensch to director of research, HedgeWeek reports.

Atrato recently inked its first few institutional clients, among them a national non-profit organization and a global financial institution. The firm had previously dealt almost exclusively with family offices and independent wealth advisors.


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