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Atrato Advisors hires Abigail Corcoran to lead business development effort

Tuesday, July 16, 2013
Opalesque Industry Update - Hedge fund advisory boutique Atrato Advisors has announced that Abigail Corcoran has joined the firm as Managing Director, Head of Business Development.

Most recently, Ms. Corcoran was Vice President of Client Development at Sandalwood Securities, the New Jersey-based multi-manager shop. Previously, she was a Relationship Manager within Credit Suisse Private Bank. Prior to joining Credit Suisse, Ms. Corcoran spent three years at advertising agency Ogilvy & Mather, developing brand strategy for the firm's financial services clients.

"We are beyond thrilled to have Abby come aboard," said Atrato's president, Brian Reich. "Her leadership and knowledge of the family office and institutional investor community were exactly what we were looking for as we continue to grow. Abby also possesses a keen understanding of our industry's evolving dynamics toward greater client customization, and will help our firm anchor long-lasting partnerships with both new and existing clients."

The continued growth at Atrato Advisors comes on the heels of several new advisory assignments, which have taken the firm's assets under advisory to approximately $900 million. With the addition of Ms. Corcoran, Atrato's staff now stands at eight, all based in New York.

(press release)

About Atrato Advisors
Atrato Advisors LLC was founded in late 2008, and its mission is to provide highly individualized research and advisory solutions to the hedge fund investor community. The firm's managing partners are Brian Reich and Janna Sobolev. Atrato's mandates include customized portfolios for family office and institutional clients, outsourced investment and operational due diligence, open-architecture platform development, and hedge fund educational initiatives. Atrato Advisors LLC is a Registered Investment Advisor with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Inquiries should be directed to Brian Reich at (212) 582-2200 or by email to breich@atratoadvisors.com.
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