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David Weinberger joins Pacific Alternative Asset Management Company to head portfolio management

Monday, January 09, 2012
Opalesque Industry Update: Pacific Alternative Asset Management Company LLC ("PAAMCO") an alternative investment management firm, announced today that David Weinberger has joined as Managing Director, Head of Portfolio Management

In his new role, Mr. Weinberger will initially work alongside PAAMCO co-founder Bill Knight who heads the firm's manager research, sourcing and due diligence efforts to identify, evaluate and include optimal managers in the PAAMCO portfolios. Weinberger will take over at the end of the year upon Knights retirement.

"Given David's quantitative, analytical and advisory background he is ideally suited to succeed Bill in overseeing PAAMCO's portfolio management process," said Jane Buchan, Chief Executive Officer of PAAMCO. "David will have the added benefit of collaborating with Bill over the next year, ensuring a seamless transition."

Mr. Weinberger said, "After 20 years working at major financial institutions I am excited about the opportunity to work with my colleagues at PAAMCO to develop new tools that will assist the firm's clients in identifying new investment opportunities. PAAMCO has a strong institutional platform and an exceptional reputation with both investors and managers."

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