IAM Hires Clarke

Jan 16 2007 | 10:16am ET

Toronto-based Integrated Asset Management has added Matthew Clarke to head its non-sales and non-investment functions.

Clarke, formerly finance director of London brokerage Trio Holdings, will serve as group chief operating officer at Integrated. HedgeWeek reports that that Clarke’s is the first in a series of senior hires the firm plans to make.

Integrated Asset Management, which is majority owned by management, was founded in 1998 and is a public company (TSXV:IAM). IAM’s product line encompasses private equity, private debt, real estate, managed futures and hedge funds.


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