Lagrange Joins GLG’s Board

Feb 5 2009 | 12:27am ET

GLG Partners co-founder Pierre Lagrange has joined the hedge fund’s board of directors.

Lagrange is a senior managing director of GLG with overall responsibility for a number of its global equity products, including its flagship GLG European Long/Short Fund. He replaces Nicholas Berggruen on the board. Berggruen is the former president and CEO of Freedom Acquisition Holdings, the company that GLG reverse-merged with to go public in 2007.

“We would like to thank Nicolas for serving on our Board and are looking forward to the added perspective Pierre will bring,” said Noam Gottesman, chairman and co-CEO of GLG.


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