Attalus’ Craig To Rockefeller & Co.

Jun 16 2014 | 8:21am ET

The Rockefeller’s former family office has snatched a former employee from hedge fund Attalus Capital.

Neil Craig has returned to Rockefeller & Co., which, since the 1980s, has managed money from other investors, as senior vice president. He is charged with selling the firm’s services to institutional investors and investment consultants, the firm said.

Craig was most recently a managing director at Philadelphia-based Attalus, handling new business development. He previously worked at Rockefeller, which has $44 billion in assets under administration, from 1997 through 2001, and his résumé also boasts stints at Bank of New York Mellon, Sandell Asset Management, Commonfund Securities and Citigroup.

“I am pleased to welcome Neil back to Rockefeller & Co.,” CEO Reuben Jeffery said. “Neil is a seasoned asset management professional whose investment acumen and experience will serve our clients well.”


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