Dyal Capital Partners Appoints Alternatives Veteran John Dyment Head Of Business Services Platform

Sep 15 2015 | 9:28am ET

Dyal Capital Partners, a unit of Neuberger Berman Private Equity, announced the appointment of alternatives industry veteran John Dyment as Head of Dyal's Business Services Platform.

In this position, Dyment will lead the team of professionals dedicated to helping Dyal Capital's strategic partners achieve their unique business objectives. Dyment reports to Michael Rees, Head of Dyal Capital.

Dyal Capital acquires strategic minority equity stakes in institutional alternative investment firms and provides strategic assistance to its partner firms, including institutional client introductions, product development and advice regarding implementing industry best business practices. Dyal Capital Partners was established in 2011 and currently has 13 minority partnerships.

"We're thrilled to welcome John to our team, as his extensive experience in this industry will offer our private equity and hedge fund partners guidance in operations, product development, client and consultant relations and overall best practices," said Michael Rees.

"I look forward to working with our highly skilled and dedicated Dyal team in helping our strategic partners achieve their goals," said Dyment.

Dyment has 27 years of experience in the asset management and financial services industry.  He previously built and managed Goldman's Capital Introduction business and Deutsche Bank's Global Hedge Fund Capital Group where he helped the firms' alternative clients grow and expand their businesses.  After Deutsche Bank, he became the Chief Operating Officer and later President of Shumway Capital, a $9 billion multi-asset hedge fund, where he co-managed operations and trading. He most recently Chief Operating Officer and Chief Compliance Officer for Lutetium Capital, an event-driven credit manager.

As the Dyal Business Services Platform continues to evolve to serve clients, Jeff Brown, as Chairman, will focus on extending Dyal's presence externally and work on regulatory and government affairs issues with partners. Greg Barrett will continue to play a senior role covering Dyal clients and institutional investors as well as working extensively with Dyal's strategic partners.

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