Friday, 28 November 2014
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Aug 6 2013 | 8:29am ET
Investment firm Clearbrook Global Advisors has expanded their business development and marketing team with the addition of two senior industry professionals.
Michael Mahoney, who has over 30 years of experience in investment and advisory roles for institutions, pensions, non-for-profit, foundations and endowments, has joined the firm as managing director of business development. In addition, Thomasin Bentley has been appointed as director of marketing. Bentley brings over 17 years of experience to Clearbrook in all areas of brand, strategic marketing, business and partnership development for institutional and asset management firms.
”We are pleased to expand our business development and marketing with a seasoned team of professionals as we continue growing our client base and service offerings across the institutional and wealth management sector,” said Elliott Wislar, CEO of Clearbrook, which has more than $30 billion in assets under advisement. “Both Michael and Thomasin are strong additions to our team and will be responsible for extending our brand and offering to the marketplace as we continue to roll out innovative investment solutions incorporating alternative strategies that meet the needs of today’s institutional and high net worth investors.”
Prior to joining the firm, Mahoney was a Senior Vice President at Pyramis Global Advisors, responsible for business development and client service for Taft-Hartley clients.
Before coming to Clearbrook, Bentley was director of new business development and media sales at New York Road Runners, a New York-based non-profit organization.
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