Crestline Investors Taps Ex-Goldman MD Officer For Marketing Role

Feb 28 2017 | 7:25pm ET

Alternative asset manager Crestline Investors has named former Goldman Sachs executive Graham Officer as a managing director at the firm.

In his new role, Officer will be focused on business development and client partnerships, the company said in a statement. In particular, Officer will head up marketing for the Crestline Summit Equity Alpha Fund, a multi-PM equity relative value hedge fund launched in July 2015. 

Officer will be based in New York and report to Frank Jordan, Crestline’s head of business development and client partnerships. Jordan, a former GoldenTree Asset Management partner, joined the firm in November 2016 from Bleachers Corporation.

Prior to taking his new position, Officer spent 21 years at Goldman Sachs, where he was most recently head of institutional derivative sales in their securities division. 

“We are excited to have Graham join our team,” said Douglas Bratton, CIO of Crestline, in the statement. “We look forward to Frank and Graham working together to continue to build the Crestline brand in the institutional marketplace.”

Founded in 1997, Fort Worth, Texas-based Crestline is an alternative investment manager focusing on a broad array of investment solutions including diversified multi-manager hedge fund portfolios, credit and beta/hedging strategies across private credit, specialty lending, CLOs, and opportunistic funds. The company and its affiliated investment team manage around $9.2 billion of assets.

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