Clearbrook Rewards Three With Promotions

Jun 4 2014 | 11:39am ET

New York-based investment manager Clearbrook Global Advisors has made three key promotions.

Timothy C. Ng becomes chief investment officer, Jay Tubianosa becomes chief risk officer and Mark Hong has been promoted to head of research.

In his newly created role, Ng will continue as chairman of Clearbrook’s investment committee and set the strategic direction for all investments for the firm’s clients including non-discretionary, discretionary and outsourced CIO (OCIO) accounts. Based in New York, he will continue to report to Elliott Wislar, CEO.

Tubianosa will be responsible for centralizing existing functions and identifying and managing risk across all client portfolios and Clearbrook service offerings. He will work closely with senior management to identify, propose and implement enhancements to the management and monitoring of risk.

Hong moves into a position previously held by Ng. He will oversee all aspects of manager and portfolio research for clients.

“The current market environment and the needs of our clients have never been more complex,” said Wislar, in a statement. “Clearbrook’s experienced team has always addressed our clients’ challenges with innovative and customized solutions. As our business grows, these steps further solidify the depth of our client deliverables, and demonstrate that Clearbrook is committed to setting the highest standards in the areas of investment and risk management.”


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