Asian FoF SAIL Beefs Up New York Office

Mar 19 2012 | 11:49am ET

Asian fund of hedge funds SAIL Advisors has tapped Jason Filiberti to help expand its U.S. presence.

Filiberti joins SAIL as a senior vice president in its New York office reporting to sales and marketing head Gunther Jost. He brings years of experience in client service and business development, having worked most recently at Arden Asset Management, and before that, for many years, with Robeco-Sage.

Commenting on the expansion of the New York office, SAIL chief executive John Williamson said in a statement: “The hallmarks of SAIL are focused on-the-ground research, dedicated risk management capabilities and superior risk-adjusted returns. We are encouraged by the positive feedback from our clients and are pleased to continue to add resources to our New York operations. Jason will further increase the dialog and work with our clients to create bespoke investment solutions.”

SAIL Advisors has $1.9 billion in assets under management across its funds and also offers customized portfolios and advisory services. The firm employs about 40 dedicated employees in Hong Kong, New York and London.


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