GLG Adds Portfolio Manager To N.Y. Office

Feb 14 2008 | 2:18pm ET

Hedge fund giant GLG Partners is beefing up its presence in its adopted homeland. The London-based firm, which last year listed its shares on the New York Stock Exchange, has added portfolio manager Daniel Geber to its New York office.

Geber comes to GLG Inc., the U.S. arm of the $25 billion hedge fund manager, from Epoch Investment Partners, where he managed international small-cap and Asian portfolios.

At GLG, Geber plays an “integral” role in building its U.S. operations, while managing international small- and mid-cap portfolios.

Prior to joining Epoch, Geber worked at Trident Investment Management and Goldman Sachs.


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