Wood Creek Appoints New CFO

Jul 24 2007 | 10:19am ET

Glenn Pease has joined Wood Creek Capital Management as chief financial officer.

Pease joins the firm from The Phoenix Companies, where for more than 22 years he held a series of senior financial management positions, including most recently vice president of the asset management division . 

Prior to Phoenix, he worked as an auditor at Ernst & Young.

”Hiring Glenn was certainly a strategic investment for Wood Creek,” said CEO Brett Hellerman.  “Our growth in the alternative alternatives investment market is exploding and I am confident that Glenn will help maintain our momentum.”

New Haven, Conn.-based Wood Creek Capital Management is a joint venture of Norfolk Management Group and Babson Capital Management, and was established to develop and invest in niche and emerging alternative strategies, with a primary focus on non-financial security based strategies.


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