PivotalPath Names Corcoran to Strategic Solutions Role

May 9 2016 | 10:30pm ET

Hedge fund research platform PivotalPath has appointed Abigail Corcoran as its director of strategic solutions.

In her new role, Corcoran is responsible for the firm’s product and business development efforts as well as managing client relationships, according to the company. She has more than a decade of experience in alternative asset allocation, strategy and corporate communications. Prior to PivotalPath, Corcoran spent at several hedge fund allocators and was previously with Credit Suisse Private Bank. She started her career at Ogilvy & Mather, where she focused on brand strategy development within the financial services sector. 

PivotalPath’s cloud-based PivotalBase research portal provides hedge fund investors with access to information and proprietary analysis on a growing group of more than 650 funds advising on more than $6 billion mark in assets.

“As allocators, we created PivotalBase to enable us to make better and more efficient investment decisions,” said Jonathan Caplis, managing principal of PivotalPath, in a statement. “Abigail provides the experience and expertise to ensure our peers will benefit from this tool as well.”

Founded in 2010, PivotalPath conducts comprehensive qualitative due diligence and information analysis using proprietary methodologies on behalf of institutional investors, single and multi-family offices, pensions, endowments and foundations. 


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