TriAlpha Hires New Director

Sep 11 2007 | 9:59am ET

Hedge fund TriAlpha Investment Advisors has appointed Cobus Kruger as a director. He will join the firm in November from New Star Asset Management where he currently serves as director of mutual funds. “We are delighted that Cobus is joining us at TriAlpha,” said David Sable, TriAlpha Group’s chief executive. “He is an experienced and accomplished institutional business development professional who has a deep knowledge of our group and will make a vital contribution to our business development capabilities.”

TriAlpha manages a range of multi-manager hedge funds, boutique funds and structured products. It is a subsidiary of the Stonehage Group, an independent private wealth management company with assets under advisement of over US$24 billion.


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