Atlantic-Pacific's New CEO

Jul 12 2012 | 9:36am ET

Placement agency and advisory firm Atlantic-Pacific Capital has hired a former Credit Suisse executive to serve as its new CEO.

Mark Bourgeois was named CEO and president, Atlantic-Pacific said. He joins from the Swiss bank, where he was Americas CEO of Credit Suisse Asset Management. Bourgeois also formerly served as global head of distribution, focusing on alternative investments, at Lehman Brothers Asset Management.

"Mark's distinguished track record of building relationships and providing solutions within the alternative marketplace will further differentiate our unique business model," James Manley, chairman, said. "We are excited to welcome Mark aboard."


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