Fund Focus: Ranger Opportunity Partners

Oct 22 2013 | 1:41pm ET

“I must be a slow learner,” Scott Wallace laughs. “It took me close to 30 years of working for large, multinational, global financial firms to realize I wanted to start my own gig.”

Wallace, who launched Chicago-based Ranger Asset Management in February, spent 16 years at JPMorgan Chase, leaving in 2000 as managing director in charge of Japanese equities, followed by a dozen years at AllianceBernstein, where he was a partner responsible for the $14 billion large-cap U.S. growth team.

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