Partners Capital Promotes Alex Band And Will Jagger To Partner
OCIO Partners Capital has promoted Alex Band and Will Jagger from Managing Director to Partner.
Band joined Partners Capital's Boston office in 2013 from Bain Capital. He oversees the firm's Global Equities investment program and is the lead Portfolio Manager for Partners Capital's specialist equities and public co-investment vehicles. Band's new title also sees him join the Global Investment Committee.
Jagger joined Partners Capital's London office in 2010 from L.E.K. Consulting. He is the lead client CIO for a number of key ultra-high net worth individuals and charitable foundations, including the UK's Canal and River Trust and the Ditchley Foundation.
Stan Miranda, Founder and CEO of Partners Capital, said "I am pleased to welcome Alex and Will to the Partnership. Under Alex's leadership, the Equities asset class, one of the hardest to generate alpha, has delivered significant outperformance over full market cycles. Will has played a critical role in enhancing our client portfolio management tool-kit that has enabled us to deliver outstanding investment performance across client portfolio around the globe".
The firm has also promoted Edmondo Barletta, Jessica Drapkin, Murtaza Sunderji and Zhenying Wu to Managing Director.
Arjun Raghavan, who will succeed Stan Miranda as CEO of Partners Capital in 2020, said "With these well-deserved promotions, we have enlarged the extraordinary group of people who will lead the firm into the future. I look forward to working closely with each of them to continue to deliver exceptional investment performance to our clients".
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