EIM Management Expands U.S. Team

Nov 28 2007 | 8:04am ET

EIM Management USA, the U.S. affiliate of the EIM fund of hedge funds group, has added four directors to its New York office. Ed Riley and Coby McDonald join Brian Brooks and Paul Heffernan as EIM USA’s most recent hires to the client services and business development teams.
 
Riley joins EIM from Bank of Ireland Asset Management where he was a senior member of the client service group and McDonald previously worked with BlackRock in its global consultant relations group.
 
Incumbents Brooks and Heffernan worked with Meridian Capital Partners and Robeco Investment Management, respectively.

“Ed, Coby, Brian and Paul have come to EIM USA with decades of investment experience having played key roles in a number of multinational asset management firms,” said Antonio Munoz, CEO of EIM USA. “We are very pleased to add their high level of knowledge and expertise to our growing New York office.” 
 
The EIM Group was founded in 1992 by Arpad Busson and currently manages over $13 billion in fund of hedge funds assets.


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