Monday, 20 October 2014
Last updated 2 days ago
Dec 2 2013 | 11:20am ET
Investment management firm Altius Associates has appointed Rhonda Ryan as a partner and head of EMEA investments.
Ryan will be based in the London office, reporting to Brad Young, co-chief executive officer and head of investment.
Ryan has over 20 years of international investment experience, including 16 years within alternative investments. She was previously managing director, head of private funds group Europe for Pinebridge Investments, which spun-out of AIG Investments. In this role, she managed a multi-cultural team based in London and Zurich and invested and managed portfolios in private equity and credit for both separate account clients and the firm’s fund of funds.
Young said: “We are very pleased to have secured Rhonda, an experienced investment professional in the European market, to lead our EMEA Investment team. She has long been an established figure in the European marketplace, and her background and experience here is a terrific fit for our needs in this sector.”
Altius Associates currently advises and manages approximately $24 billion in private equity and real assets funds for clients based across Europe, North America and Australia. It has offices in London, Richmond, Virginia and Singapore.
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