Peak Ridge Taps Ex-City Of Boston Retirement Board CEO

Mar 25 2014 | 10:31am ET

Boston-based Peak Ridge Capital has hired Daniel J. Greene as a partner tasked with assisting in the expansion of its alternative investments platform.

Greene has more than a decade of experience in the financial and pension sectors, all of it with the City of Boston where he began as an attorney with the Redevelopment Authority before moving to the Retirement Board. He spent eight years as the deputy executive officer and investment manager for the latter, responsible for all investment manager relationships; the development and implementation of the portfolio allocation and strategic plan; and the drafting, review, and negotiation of all investment management agreements. Most recently, he was CEO of the board, responsible for the administration of member benefits and the oversight of a $5 billion investment portfolio.

Peak Ridge's current investment offerings include: the Peak Ridge AgTech equity and Debt Funds that focus on financing innovation in agriculture, clean technologies and biofuels; the Peak Ridge Energy Fund that structures unique energy investments and global growth opportunities; and the Peak Ridge Multi-Family Fund that targets multi-family properties with high growth opportunities that have the potential to achieve strong returns at low risk.


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