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Commonfund appoints Stephen J Wagenbach director of consultant relations

Tuesday, May 08, 2012
Opalesque Industry Update - Commonfund, an investment manager for institutional investors, has announced the appointment of Stephen J. Wagenbach, Director of Consultant Relations. He will cover the Midwest region. Mr. Wagenbach will be based in Wilton, CT and report to Managing Director and Group Head of Consultant Relations, Lou Ann Dolan.

“Steve is an important and timely addition to Commonfund’s Consultant Relations group,” said Lou Ann Dolan, Managing Director and Group Head of Commonfund Consultant Relations. “As asset pools of all types embrace an increasingly complex array of alternatives,it’s vital that we expand our resources to work closely with both institutional consultants as well as the family office and RIA community.” Dolan continued, “We must ensure that our clients and their investment advisorscan accesstailored investment solutions while receiving the highest quality of service. Steve’s experience in investment management as well as his background both in consulting and as a plan sponsorwill provide the team an additional perspective and depth to address the evolving needs of both consultants and their clients.”

Since 2008, Mr. Wagenbach managed both consulting as well as intermediary relationships for Schroder Investment Management. Steve’s experience includes four years with Investment Solutions, Inc., an institutional outsourced CIOconsultant, as well as nearly five years with BARRA RogersCasey, a predecessor firm to Segal RogersCasey. Mr. Wagenbach began his career in corporate lending with Chase Manhattan Bank.

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