GoldenTree Adds To Biz Development Team

Aug 23 2013 | 6:16am ET

Alternative investment firm GoldenTree Asset Management has hired James Clarke a managing director in its business development team.

Clarke is based at GoldenTree's New York City headquarters and will report to Thomas Humphrey, partner and head of business development.

Prior to joining GoldenTree, Clarke was a senior vice president in business development for Paulson and Co., where he was responsible for covering large institutional investors including public and corporate pensions, and foundations and endowments in the U.S., Canada and Australia.

"We are delighted to announce that James Clarke has decided to join GoldenTree," said Humphrey. "James has a stellar reputation in asset management, and is highly regarded by institutional investors."

Previously, Clarke spent 12 years with PIMCO as a senior vice president and head of public plan new business development.

GoldenTree manages approximately $18 billion in assets across a variety of absolute return, long only and opportunistic strategies.


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