GREENWICH, Conn., January 16, 2019-- Littlejohn & Co., LLC ("Littlejohn"), a private investment firm based in Greenwich, CT, today announced a series of promotions. Drew Greenwood has been promoted to Managing Director, and Charles Leung and William McDavid have been promoted to Vice President. "We are delighted to announce the promotions of Drew, William and Charles and acknowledge the impressive contributions these individuals have made to the overall success of our team at Littlejohn and our portfolio companies," said Michael Klein, Chief Executive Officer at Littlejohn.
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https://www.wsj.com/articles/bank-of-new-yorks-asset-manager-to-wind-down-hedge-fund-investment-arm-1537825293 The Bank of New York Mellon Corp. BK -0.06% plans to close a fund-management subsidiary that invested in various hedge funds, as demand for such investment vehicles wanes. BNY Mellon Investment Management, the company's asset manager, said in a statement Monday it intends to wind down, as a stand-alone business, a subsidiary called EACM Advisors LLC, a fund of hedge funds manager. The subsidiary isn't accepting new investors and $2.1 billion will be returned as investments are sold, according to BNY.
BNY Mellon Investment Management is to wind down EACM Advisors (EACM), its multi-manager and fund of hedge funds investment manager, as a standalone business.
BNY Mellon Investment Management will wind down one of its funds management subsidiaries. : BNY Mellon Investment Management has announced its intention to close EACM Advisors, its multi-manager and fund of hedge funds investment manager based in Norwalk, Connecticut. EACM Advisors will no longer operate as a standalone business, with its $2.48 billion (US$1.8bn) worth of long-only investments to be managed within BNY Mellon Investment Management. A further $2.89 billion (US$2.1bn) in fund of hedge fund strategies will be closed to new investors and existing capital returned to investors. Liquidation is expected to occur on or about 30 November 2018.