Epoch Adds Managing Director

Sep 19 2007 | 4:02pm ET

Epoch Investment Partners has hired Emily Baker as a managing director responsible for supporting the firm’s Global Absolute Return and Global Choice Products. In her new role, she reports to William Priest, CIO of Epoch.

“We welcome Emily to Epoch with confidence that she will have a meaningful impact on Epoch’s growth in our investment management and investment advisory services,” said Priest.

Before joining Epoch, Baker served as a partner with Level Global, a $2 billion hedge fund. Prior to that, she was a partner at Artisan Partners, a $22 billion EAFE manager. She has also held the role of a senior European Equity Analyst at Chilton Investment Company and was an equity analyst for three years at Credit Suisse Asset Management.

Epoch is headquartered in New York and also has offices in Sherman Oaks, Calif.  The firm’s product offerings include both long-only and absolute return hedge fund products.


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