Ex-Ivy, Corbin Marketers Heed Cogo Wolf’s Calls

Jul 3 2008 | 2:00am ET

Fund of hedge funds shop Cogo Wolf Asset Management is building up its sales team with a pair of hires.

The firm has tapped Rachel Minard to serve as its president, a newly-created position. Minard joins from fund of hedge funds Corbin Capital Partners, where she was director of global marketing.

Earlier in the year, Cogo added Michelle Buckles as chief marketing officer, reporting directly to co-founders Christopher Wolf and Giles Conway-Gordon. Buckles previously served vice president of institutional client development at Ivy Asset Management.

San Francisco-based Cogo Wolf is a $100 million multi-asset fund of funds investing in special situations, precious metals, real estate and energy hedge funds.


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