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Jan 11 2007 | 9:21am ET
Fairfield Greenwich Group has hired Douglas Reid as a managing director on the investment team. Reid will focus on FGG's multi-strategy and single-manager hedge funds.
Prior to joining FGG, from 2005 to 2006, Reid was a co-founder of Alstra Capital Management, a New York-based advisor to over $1.6 billion in hedge fund investments that was spun out of Moore Capital Management, where Reid served as a portfolio manager from 2002 to 2005.
The firm has also hired John Kogan as chief technology officer. Previously, Kogan served as an assistant vice president for Guardian Life Insurance where he was responsible for planning, design, development, installation and support of all Group Insurance systems.
Fairfield Greenwich Group was founded in 1983 and is a global alternative asset management firm with over $11 billion assets under management. The group has offices in New York, London, and Bermuda.
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