Tremont Appoints New Managing Director

Feb 20 2008 | 10:35am ET

Fund of hedge funds shop Tremont Capital Management has appointed Susan Crotty as managing director of investment management services.

In her new role, Crotty will work with the sales and marketing team and the investment management group to help design products for Tremont’s investors, and will report to Robert Stone, global head of sales.
 
Crotty was formerly senior vice president, alternatives practice leader, at Callan Associates. Prior to her tenure at Callan, she was a managing director at Ark Asset Management and a senior consultant at Hamilton & Company.

"Sue's extensive experience consulting to a wide variety of institutions on fund of hedge fund investing, her understanding of what investors are seeking to accomplish with their alternatives strategy, and her knowledge of our industry delivers tremendous benefits to our clients," said Rupert Allan, Tremont's president and chief executive officer.
  
Tremont Group Holdings was formed in 1984 and is based in Rye, New York.


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