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| Lynn Marcrum
| William McEnroe
| Thomas McGlade
| James Meisner
| Rachel Minard
| Matthew Moniot
Frank Maeba, Managing Partner, Breton Hill Capital
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Lynn Marcrum, Senior Analyst, Aite Partners
Lyn Marcrum is a senior analyst with Aite Group, focusing on operational trends and technologies for the buy-side industry. Ms. Marcrum brings to Aite Group more than 25 years of experience working in securities market technology, capital markets operations, and consulting in the United States, Europe, and Asia.
Prior to joining Aite Group, Ms. Marcrum was a managing director of Camino Consulting LLC, working with clients to implement market-driven and other strategic changes and advising technology companies on product development and client integration and implementation issues. She has helped firms to bridge the gap between business objectives, client needs, and technology solutions, and is proficient in addressing the development, implementation, and integration of data standards used in the securities industry. Before founding Camino Consulting, Ms. Marcrum held leadership roles with IBM Global Services, SWIFT, the International Securities Clearing Corporation, and SunTrust.
Ms. Marcrum holds an M.A. in International Management from The American Graduate School of International Management (Thunderbird) and a B.S. (cum laude) in Business and Spanish from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
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William McEnroe, Managing Partner, Civatis
William McEnroe is the founder of Civatis, an outsource CFO platform with institutional infrastructure, targeting families with assets greater than $1 Billion. He is the founder of FTS, an international tax firm exclusively dedicated to the Alternative Investment Industry. FTS’s professional team is comprised of former Big Four CPAs,and JDs with extensive knowledge and experience in servicing Hedge Funds, Private Equity Funds, and Real Estate Funds. FTS has locations in New York, Fort Lauderdale, Greenwich, Bermuda and Cayman. Prior to founding FTS he was a founding Partner of WTAS, Head of the Alternative Investment Tax Group in New York and a member of the investment committee. He has over 25 years of experience in advising clients on business and diverse tax matters, including extensive knowledge of alternative investments, partnership taxation, offshore taxation, and multistate taxation. His clients include complex alternative investment funds both on-shore and off-shore, and some of the largest family offices in the United States. He is a member of MetCircle, the Explorers Club, and the Forbes 400 Advisory Council. William serves on the Board of Advisors to both The Family Office Association and Communities in Schools and is a founder of the Haitian Farmer’s Cooperative.
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Thomas McGlade , Portfolio Manager & Director, U.S. Office, Prologue Capital INC
Thomas McGlade is a Trader and Director of Prologue Capital’s U.S. business based in Greenwich, CT. Prologue Capital is an alternative investment firm that manages a discretionary fixed income strategy with an emphasis on inflation-linked investments. Founded in 2006 and with offices in London and Greenwich, CT, Prologue has approximately $2.1 billion in assets under management. Prior to Prologue, Mr. McGlade spent 15 years at RBS Greenwich Capital, most recently as a Managing Director and Head Trader for long duration U.S. Treasury bonds. During his tenure at RBS Greenwich Capital, he specialized in relative value and arbitrage opportunities in U.S. Treasuries, futures and derivatives.
Along with Graham Walsh and David Lofthouse, he was part of the team that established Greenwich Capital as a premier government bond trading house.
Mr. McGlade began his career in commercial real estate as a project manager with Newport National Corporation in San Diego. He holds a B.A. in economics from Duke University.
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James Meisner, Managing Director, Commonfund
James Meisner is Managing Director in the Commonfund Hedge Fund Strategies Group. He shares responsibility for research, manager identification, due diligence, and investment monitoring for hedge fund portfolios at Commonfund, a $24 billion investment manager for nonprofit institutions. Prior to joining Commonfund in 2004, he spent 12 years at RBS Greenwich Capital, where he was Managing Director and head of research for the Portfolio Strategies Group. Prior to that he was head of futures and options research at Yamaichi America and at Merrill Lynch Capital Markets. Meisner began his business career at the Chicago Board of Trade, where he was involved in the introduction of options on bond futures. Earlier, he was an Instructor in Statistics at the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business. He received an AB in mathematics and an MBA in finance from the University of Chicago, and completed coursework and examinations for a PhD in econometrics at the Graduate School of Business. He has published numerous articles in academic and financial journals.
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Rachel Minard, Founder & CEO, Minard Capital
Rachel Minard is the Founder and CEO of Minard Capital LLC, a global institutional marketing intelligence and asset raising firm based in San Francisco and New York City. Before building Minard Capital, Rachel built and managed global institutional investment businesses for twenty years, including twelve years building fund of hedge fund firms, notably Cadogan Management and Corbin Capital Partners. Raising over $10 billion in the course of her career, Rachel started her marketing career in 1991 after her first company was hired to build the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. Rachel holds a B.A. in journalism with honors from Northeastern University with notable distinction as a Wesley W. Marple Distinguished Lecturer by the university. She serves on several-high profile advisory boards, has won numerous industry awards for institutional marketing and is a member of the Investment Sub-Committee of the Westover School Endowment. She is also a frequent keynote at industry conferences including appearances on NPR, TEDsf and CNBC. Her first book, Speaking in Thumbs: The Handbook of Empathy is due next Fall 2013.
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Matthew Moniot, Founder & Chief Investment Officer, Elanus Capital Management, LLC
Matthew Moniot is the Founder and Chief Investment Officer of Elanus Capital Management, LLC (“ECM”), an independent alternative asset manager focused on the global financial services industry. ECM has experienced 16.6% returns year to date and 17.5% since inception on December 11, 2011.
Throughout his career, Matthew has specialized in sovereign and financial credit and equity markets, serving professionally as an economist, portfolio manager, analyst, and trader. From 2006-2010, Matthew headed the international financials portfolio of Millennium Management in New York. As an early and vocal critic of European banking leverage and US mortgage malfeasance, Matthew significantly outperformed the market, generating strongly positive returns during the 2008 Global Financial Crisis. Prior to his time with Millennium, Matthew managed a global financials portfolio at Lehman Brothers, where he was instrumental in founding and building out their principal strategies group, Equity Capital Management, from 2004 to 2006.
From 2001-2004, Matthew worked with Leon Cooperman at Omega Advisors as a financial analyst. As the lead analyst, Matthew conducted significant diligence on investment and commercial banks and insurance companies globally.
From 1995-1999, Matthew was a sovereign and financials credit trader with the proprietary trading group of Brazilian Bank FonteCindam. During his tenure with FonteCindam in Rio and Sao Paolo, Matthew led a three person team trading derivative and cash markets linked to global sovereign and financial credits. Matthew managed these portfolios through the Asian crisis, Russian default and Brazilian devaluation. While in Brazil, Matthew spent considerable time advising the Brazilian Central Bank on a range of issues as they related to the Country’s foreign exchange policy.
Prior to his work in Brazil, Matthew worked with the United Nations’ World Health and Food and Agriculture Organizations in Rome as an economic analyst.
Matthew holds a BA from Johns Hopkins University and an MA from The University of Texas at Austin. He has provided expert advice to the OECD’s Financial Roundtable on banking regulatory policy, advising global regulators and central bankers on financial policymaking implications.
Matthew was born in Washington DC and speaks Portuguese, Spanish and Italian. He lives in New York City with his wife, Annie Wayte, a noted chef and author, and their two young children.
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