Euro Equities Specialist Three Bridges Hires Senior Analysts

Aug 13 2013 | 2:47pm ET

New York-based Three Bridges Capital, the European equities specialist founded by Indus Capital vet Gene Salamon, has hired Ranjit Unnithan and Marc S. Cooperman as senior analysts.

Unnithan comes to Three Bridges from JPMorgan (London), where he was a senior equity research analyst and head of the European automotive equity team. Prior to that, he was a member of the institutional investor automotive equity research team based in New York. He began his investment career at Rodman & Renshaw as an associate analyst in the technology and biotech sectors.

Cooperman comes to Three Bridges from Wildwood Holdings, where he was a managing partner. Previously he was an equity analyst and technology, media and telecommunications specialist at Omega Advisors and an associate director at Bear, Stearns & Co. Earlier in his career he gained operational experience at several innovative technology companies as a software architect, project manager and inventor. He began his career as a programmer/analyst at Goldman Sachs & Co.

In their new roles at Three Bridges, Unnithan will focus on European industrials while Cooperman focuses on the TMT sectors. Both will report to Managing Partner Gene Salamon, who is the portfolio manager for the Three Bridges Europe Funds.

Three  Bridges Capital, with over $500 million in assets under management, is an independent, specialist investment management firm focused on European equities. The firm’s flagship European Long/Short Fund was launched in September 2006.

 


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