Atrato Taps Business Development Head

Jul 15 2013 | 11:16am ET

Hedge fund advisory boutique Atrato Advisors has hired Abigail Corcoran as managing director, head of business development. 

Corcoran comes to Atrato from New Jersey-based Sandalwood Securities where she'd served as vice president of client development. Prior to that she was a relationship manager within Credit Suisse Private Bank. Before joining Credit Suisse, Corcoran spent three years at advertising agency Ogilvy & Mather, developing brand strategy for the firm's financial services clients.

"We are beyond thrilled to have Abby come aboard," said Atrato's president, Brian Reich, in a statement. "Her leadership and knowledge of the family office and institutional investor community were exactly what we were looking for as we continue to grow.  Abby also possesses a keen understanding of our industry's evolving dynamics toward greater client customization, and will help our firm anchor long-lasting partnerships with both new and existing clients."

New York-based Atrato, with approximately $900 million in assets under advisory,  provides research and advisory solutions to the hedge fund investor community. 

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