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AI Global Investors partners with veteran team of Goldman alums

Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Matthias Knab, Opalesque:

Asset management firm AI Global Investors (USA) LLC (AI) today announced the onboarding of Anchorvest Capital to AI's New York-based asset management platform. The Anchorvest team members bring broad-ranging expertise including investment banking, fixed income, mortgage-backed securities, venture capital, and cross-border investing from venerated firms such as Goldman Sachs and Dodge & Cox. Senior members of the Anchorvest team include Linda Chong, Janny Lee and Suok Noh.

"Suok was focusing on investing his family office assets after spending 25 years heading various groups for Goldman, Linda was a senior portfolio manager at Dodge & Cox, and I was a managing partner at a prominent private investment firm, but ever since leaving Goldman we have all really wanted to work together," said Janny Lee, Managing Partner of Anchorvest. "As we have been seeing compelling opportunities to capitalize on select investments that can provide strong, uncorrelated return streams and flexible liquidity, we decided to pulled the trigger and finally launch Anchorvest," continued Lee.

While the Anchorvest team is experienced in all facets of the asset management business, they decided to partner with AI so they would have institutional infrastructure from Day 1 rather than spend the time to build it out anew. AI provides operational and regulatory compliance support, finance, technology, and fund governance, as well as assistance with marketing and investor r......................

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