AIM Names New Investor Relations Head

Nov 18 2009 | 7:01am ET

New York-based Alternative Investment Management has appointed Susan Potok Harrison as director of investor relations.

Harrison most recently served as director of capital markets at Quinlan Private, a European real estate private equity firm.  In this role, Harrison built and managed the firm’s U.S. investor base, including leading endowments, institutions, family offices and foundations. Prior to that, she held positions at both Goldman Sachs and UBS Financial Services, where she was responsible for advising high-net-worth individuals, foundations and institutions.

“We are very pleased to welcome Susan to AIM,” said Jonathan Harris, president. “The AIM principals have known her for over 10 years.  Her proven track record of meeting the distinctive investment needs of institutions and individuals, coupled with her keen ability to communicate with investors makes her a valuable asset to our team.” 

Alternative Investment Management invests across a broad range of asset classes globally, both public and private, including long-short equity, distressed, real estate, and small- and middle-market buyouts.  The firm’s objective is to generate long-term risk adjusted returns on capital through minimizing the downside.


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