Marathon Promotes Raboy To Partner

Jan 7 2015 | 1:20pm ET

New York-based Marathon Asset Management, a $12.5 billion investment advisor, has promoted Jamie Raboy to partner.

Raboy has been with Marathon since its inception in March 1998 and led several business areas before becoming head of risk management in January 2009. Raboy also serves on Marathon’s executive committee.

Raboy joins Marathon’s existing partners: Bruce Richards, Louis Hanover, Andrew Rabinowitz, Richard Ronzetti, Jake Hyde, Stuart Goldberg, Andy Springer and Gabriel Szpigiel, all of whom have a 20-year history of working together.
“Jamie’s contribution by providing quantitative and qualitative risk analysis has been instrumental and a critical part of Marathon’s success,” said Richards, co-founder and chief executive officer, in a statement. “Jamie exhibits a dedication to excellence that is second to none, providing transparency and best-in-class risk assessment that benefits Marathon’s portfolio management team and our clients alike.”
Marathon was founded in 1998 by Louis Hanover and Bruce Richards and employs more than 150 professionals. It is headquartered in New York with offices in London and Singapore.

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