Archview Puts SkyBridge Vet In Charge Of Biz. Strat., Fundraising

Apr 4 2013 | 12:37am ET

Archview Investment Group this week hired SkyBridge Capital's Peter Carey to handle business development.

The $550 million event-driven credit hedge fund has entrusted business strategy and capital-raising to Carey, a former head of SkyBridge's hedge fund solutions group. The post is a new one for Archview.

Carey joined the hedge fund on Tuesday.

“We feel very fortunate to have Peter joining our partnership,” Archview co-founder Jeff Jacob said. “His deep understanding of the needs and goals of institutional investors will help us to continue to provide clients with compelling investment solutions and a high level of service.”

At SkyBridge, Carey's responsibilities have been taken on by other members of his team, a spokeswoman for the firm told Pensions & Investments.


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