HanKar Taps Citadel Vet As Risk Officer

Jun 22 2012 | 10:15am ET

New York-based investment manager HanKar Capital has hired Citadel vet Don Lee as chief risk officer, effective immediately.

Lee spent five years at Chicago-based Citadel where he served as a managing director.

HanKar, a $25 million equity relative value fund, began operations in May, 2011.

HanKar founding partner Matt Hansen told FINalternatives the fund's minimum investment is $1 million and fees are the standard 2 and 20%.

 

 


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