Copper Rock Capital Partners Names Dineen To Investment Team

Aug 24 2017 | 12:29am ET

Boston-based Copper Rock Capital Partners has named former Granahan Investment Management executive David Dineen to its investment team as a portfolio manager in support of each of the firm’s four investment strategies.

In his new role, Dineed will be responsible for generating investment ideas and providing fundamental research on investments owned across all client portfolios, the company said. He has spent the last 25 years investing in global equities with a focus on small cap companies. 

Before joining Copper Rock, Dineen was a portfolio manager with Granahan Investment Management, where he oversaw the firm’s international and global small cap strategies.  Beforehand, he spent nine years at Pinnacle Associates, where he was exclusively responsible for the international small cap strategy. Prior to Pinnacle, he worked for more than 15 years at Morgan Stanley Investment Management, where he was a fundamental research analyst and served as the lead PM on the Morgan Stanley Select Global Equity Fund from 1998 to 2005.  He is a CFA charter holder.

Founded in 2005, Copper Rock Capital Partners provides specialized global equity investment management strategies for more than 100 institutional investors located around the world. The company combines proprietary quantitative analysis with extensive fundamental investment research to identify securities that provide superior earnings growth and returns relative to their peers.

Copper Rock managed some $5.7 billion in assets as of June 30, 2017.

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