KStone Partners Adds Managing Director

Sep 14 2012 | 8:14am ET

New York-based hedge fund of funds manager KStone Partners has hired Maria C. Ricci as senior managing director, with a focus on business development.

Ricci has spent over a decade working with high-net-worth individuals, wealth advisors and leading institutions. She has held positions in institutional research sales at Bloomberg and was a director of institutional research sales at Instinet. Ricci was also an assistant vice president at AllianceBernstein.  She began her career as a financial advisor on Wall Street.

Said KStone Partners President and CEO Joseph H. Marren in a statement: “We are delighted to have Maria join the team and given her history of success we are confident that she will provide our investors with an exceptional level of service.”

KStone Partners is a privately owned asset management company.
 


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