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Sep 10 2012 | 2:11pm ET
Stamford, Conn.-based MC Asset Management Holdings has named Patrick Curran president and CEO.
Curran comes to MC from Raymond James where he served as a managing director, leading the firm’s efforts in asset management and capital markets technology and services investment banking. Prior to Raymond James, he was a managing director of Lane, Berry and Co. (which was acquired by Raymond James). Curran was also a co-founder and managing partner of Lane Berry’s private equity affiliate, Mainspring Capital Partners. Before joining Lane Berry, Mr. Curran was a partner at Great Hill Partners, a private equity firm.
Said MC COO Kenji Kobayashi, in a statement: “We are pleased to have Patrick Curran join our firm. He brings a wealth of experience in the financial services industry, significant industry contacts and strong leadership skills which will be instrumental in providing strategic planning to advance our company's mission and growth objectives.”
In addition to his role as president and CEO, Curran will wear a third hat as a member of the company’s board of managers.
MCAMH is an alternative asset management firm and Mitsubishi Corporation subsidiary that provides alternative investment products to global institutional investors.
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