February 25, 2008
Hall Capital Names Boneparth as President
John Boneparth has joined Hall Capital Partners as its new president.
Boneparth, 58, previously worked as head of Putnam Global Institutional Management and also founded Corinthian Cove Consulting.
"We are extremely pleased to have John Boneparth join Hall Capital Partners," said Kathryn Hall, chief executive officer and chief investment officer for Hall Capital. "His nearly 30 years of experience in the investment management industry as well as his extraordinary talent in building and managing investment management firms will be an important contributor to our company's growth and future success."
The San Francisco-based alternative investment firm has $22 billion in assets under management, and has a 13-year record of building and managing customized global investment portfolios.
"Katie Hall and her management team have built a world-class investment platform that offers its clients access to the highest quality traditional and alternative investment products," Boneparth said. "I am confident that these products will have great appeal to both institutional and individual investors when they are distributed more broadly, both in the U.S. and abroad."
Boneparth has a master's degree from the University of Pennsylvania and a B.S. from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
"John Boneparth has had great success growing and managing businesses throughout his career," said Warren Hellman, co-founder and chairman of Hellman & Friedman.
Fidelity SVP Jumps to Pru
James K. Cornell has joined Prudential Retirement as senior vice president and chief marketing officer.
Cornell comes to Prudential from Fidelity Investments, where he spent 11 years, most recently as senior vice president of institutional marketing.
"We are very pleased to welcome Jamie to the Prudential Retirement team," said Christine Marcks, president of Prudential Retirement. "With his knowledge and experience, he will bring a new perspective to strategies and programs that will strengthen our reputation as a leader and innovator in the retirement plan market, and also keep us focused on our objective of improving retirement plan outcomes for our institutional plan sponsors and individual plan participants."
Before joining Fidelity, Cornell was a senior vice president and partner of Quadra Capital Partners, an investment advisor firm, and senior vice president and regional manager of Fleet Financial Group.
He has a BA in Economics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
BIDS Trading Names New Director
New York-based BIDS Trading has named Marybeth Shay as senior managing director, sales and marketing. Shay will head BIDS Trading's growth and strategic business development.
"Marybeth will prove integral in our concerted effort to form lasting client relations and build upon BIDS Trading's reputation as a unique, alternative liquidity source in the block trading market," said Tim Mahoney, chief executive officer of BIDS Trading. "Marybeth's extensive experience and strong industry ties will be of tremendous importance as BIDS Trading continues to unite the buy-side and sell-side communities and further improve how they trade blocks."
Shay previously worked at the Boston Equities Exchange as senior vice president of sales and marketing and she was a member of the board of directors of the BSX Group.
"It will be rewarding to help deliver on BIDS Trading's promise to offer the broadest participation and deepest liquidity pool possible," Shay said.
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