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Trafelet Capital Management becomes Trafelet Brokaw & Co. as George Brokaw joins as managing partner

Friday, January 31, 2014
Opalesque Industry Update - Trafelet Capital Management, a New York-based investment firm with a 14year track record founded by Remy W. Trafelet, announced today that George R. Brokaw has joined as a Managing Partner. The firm will change its name to Trafelet Brokaw & Co., LLC and its investment manager, Trafelet Brokaw Capital Management, LP, will selectively open to outside capital.

“I look forward to working with Remy to grow the firm carefully and deliberately by serving investors with investment horizons and objectives similar to our own,” said Mr. Brokaw. “The partnership brings together our complementary skill sets and shared investment philosophies to build upon the success of the firm’s long-term, value-based investment strategies.”

Previously, Mr. Brokaw was a Managing Director at Highbridge Capital Management. Prior to joining Highbridge, he held senior positions at Perry Capital, LLC and Lazard. Mr. Brokaw is a member of the board of directors of DISH Network Corporation and Alico, Inc.

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