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New Managers January 2013

The marketing challenge - Returns only attract attention

Returns only attract attention; enterprise performance gets allocations

Bryan Johnson

This article was authored by Bryan K. Johnson, Managing Partner at Johnson & Company, a marketing consultancy to investors and small hedge funds based in Austin, Texas. He also wrote for New Managers in October 2012 about the real ROI (Return-On-Infrastructure) and the three behavioral issues that investors look at (article here).

Mr. Johnson appeared in New Managers in February 2012 and talked about the proper procedures of marketing and asset raising (article here).

Previous to launching Johnson & Company, he served as Global Head of Marketing and Business Development for the Alternative Investment Group at Moody’s Investors Service. Before that, he served as chief expert witness for The Attorney General of Texas and The State of Texas in the evaluation of hedge funds and private equity firms as acquirers of the assets of Texas Genco in the multibillion dollar true-up of Centerpoint Energy.

Previous to launching Johnson & Company, he served as Global Head of Marketing and Business Development for the Alternative Investment Group at Moody’s Investors Service. Before that, he served as chief expert witness for The Attorney General of Texas and The State of Texas in the evaluation of hedge funds and private equity firms as acquirers of the assets of T......................

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