Big 5 Debuts Lion Global Fund

Feb 6 2009 | 1:00am ET

Newly-formed Big 5 Asset Management, a Denver-based global long/short equity shop, last month launched its maiden hedge fund with some $50 million in initial assets.

The firm was founded by Bo Brownstein, a former partner at Cambiar Investors, an asset management firm in Denver, according to published reports. Brownstein did not return a call for comment before press time.

Adam Eisenberg, formerly of Millennium Partners and Eliot Penn, formerly of Polar Bear Investment Advisors, are the fund’s traders, while Sandra Howell rounds out Big 5’s front line as the firm’s chief financial officer.


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