Clearbrook Global Advisors Promotes Deegan To COO

Jun 6 2017 | 6:18pm ET

Global alternative asset services provider Clearbrook Global Advisors has promoted former GlobeOp Financial Services executive Thomas Deegan to chief operating officer. 

As COO, Deegan will be responsible for overseeing the operational growth of the firm and its expanded suite of products offerings, Clearbrook said in a statement. He will remain based in New York and will report to CEO Elliott Wislar. 

Deegan joined Clearbrook in 2014 as managing director. Beforehand, he was a founding partner and COO of GlobeOp Financial Services, a provider of outsourced middle, back-office and fund administration services to the hedge fund community.

”Clearbrook is and always will be a strategic advisor and consultant that prides itself in listening to client’s concerns and creating investment solutions that meet their financial needs based on their feedback and our fund management expertise,” said Wislar in the statement. “Tom has demonstrated his commitment to sharing in the firm’s vision of collaborating with clients and putting their best interests first by managing and introducing investment solutions that can generate positive investment results.”

New York-based Clearbrook was founded in 2006 and advises on approximately $28 billion in assets for institutional investors worldwide, across all asset classes, for both discretionary (OCIO) and non-discretionary mandates, advisory services and specialized programs. 

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