Mid-Atlantic Hedge Fund Association Names Board

Mar 10 2006 | 12:00am ET

The Mid-Atlantic Hedge Fund Association has named three new directors to its board.  The new directors, who were elected for a three-year term,are Carlton Byrd, managing director of RLJ Select Investments; Brian Glanz, investment officer of the City of Philadelphia Board of Pensions and Retirement; and Nabil Shurafa of Mount Lucas Management Corp. 

Additionally, eight incumbent directors were re-elected: Lawrence Chiarello, director, Gartmore Riverview; Christopher Geczy, assistant professor of finance, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania; Monica Martine, principal, Banc of America Securities Prime Brokerage; Andrew Russin, president, JR Capital Partners; James Stangroom, CPA, Arthur Bell & Associates; Holly Singer, president, HS Marketing; Brian Vargo, counsel, Dechert LLP; and Neal Wilson, chief operating officer, EJF Capital. The three new directors replace three directors that had each served three year-terms: Jerry Barbara of PFPC International; Wayne Grover of Downtown Associates; and David Gallagher of Chartwell Investment Partners.

The Mid-Atlantic Hedge Fund Association was founded in 2002 to promote industry development and to serve as a resource for managers, investors, service providers and academics in the mid-Atlantic U.S. region.


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