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Partners Capital Appoints Arjun Raghavan As New CEO

Arjun Raghavan has assumed the CEO role of OCIO Partners Capital. Raghavan took up the post on July 1. Raghavan joined Partners Capital in the London office in 2007 from a Goldman Sachs hedge fund spin-out and was promoted to Partner within three years of joining.

Raghavan said, "It is an absolute honour to be given the opportunity to lead such a high calibre team into the next critical phase of our firm's strategic development". He emphasised a continued focus on investment innovation and growing the diverse global talent pool as being critically important to delivering persistent long-term outperformance to clients. Stan commented "In the last few months, Arjun has quickly come to grips with what it takes to lead a dynamic global investment firm and I have no doubt that under Arjun's leadership our investment capabilities will go from strength to strength."

Raghavan has already started to expand the senior leadership team. In North America, David Shushan has been appointed as the Head of the Boston office, while Will Fox continues in his role as Head of North America, with oversight of all three US offices (Boston, New York and San Francisco). Targeted senior hiring is also in progress across US, Europe and Asia to deepen the firm's relationships with institutional family offices and further bolster its capabilities in the area of ESG and Impact Investing.

Raghavan, currently based in Singapore, will be relocating to London at the end of 2020. He will continue to oversee the firm's operations in Asia along with Adam Watson, who will Co-Head the region from Singapore.

Stan Miranda, Partners Capital Founder, transitions into the role of Chairman and remains a full-time executive, retaining his current client responsibilities while supporting Raghavan and the other 13 partners on the ongoing development of the firm's global business and investment strategy.


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