N.J. Hedge Fund Hires CFO

Jul 9 2007 | 8:16am ET

Hedge fund Gargoyle Asset Management has named Alan MacKenzie chief financial officer, it announced Friday.

MacKenzie joins the $500 million Englewood, N.J.-based firm from Chicago-based Sallerson-Troob, where he was a proprietary options trader. He has also worked at New York-based accounting firm Eisenberg & Blau and led options market-maker Orbit II Partners.

“Alan MacKenzie brings extraordinary knowledge of our business and meticulous attention to every financial detail,” Gargoyle President Joshua Parker said. “We’re thrilled to welcome Alan to our team.”


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