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Tuesday, 24 January 2017
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Turner Investment Partners, a $25 billion investment firm, has appointed Matthew Glaser to the newly-created role of director of alternative strategies.
In his new role at the Berwyn, Pennsylvania-based firm, Glaser is responsible for developing and leading the firm’s efforts to offer 130/30 and long/short equity strategies to institutions and individuals. Glaser reports to Robert Turner, chairman and chief investment officer.
With the addition of Turner, the firm says it has more formally embraced alternative investment strategies and 130/30 and long/short markets.
Glaser’s previous position was managing director and cofounder of alternative-investment fund agent Granite Hill Partners. Prior to that, he served as head of institutional equity sales for Susquehanna International Group.