Wooster Asset Mgmt. Adds Three

Mar 24 2008 | 12:53pm ET

New York hedge fund Wooster Asset Management has hired three professionals as the burgeoning firm prepares to move to larger quarters.

Wooster has added Yong Han-Lee and Shankar Narayanan to its research team, while Diana Rhodes has been named manager for operations and finance.

Han-Lee, a physics Ph.D., will serve as quantitative analyst focused on trading strategies and execution. He joins the firm from foreign exchange hedge fund Apollo Systems Research Corp., and previously worked at Millennium Partners.

Narayanan was named Wooster’s risk manager as part of its research team. He joins from MSCI Barra, where he was a senior research associate in alternative investments.

Rhodes joins Wooster from Harbor Advisors, where she was a trader and operations manager.


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