Tuckerbrook Co-Founder Leaves For Private Equity Shop

Sep 29 2008 | 8:56am ET

Tuckerbrook Alternative Investments co-founder Jay Yoder has left the firm to join Altius Associates, a $17 billion alternatives shop.

At Altius, Yoder will focus on real assets and developing a fund of funds focused on energy, timber and infrastructure. At Tuckerbrook, he oversaw some $55 million in funds of funds assets.

Yoder previously served as director of investments at Smith College and Vassar College.


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