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BlueMountain names Rollo Wigan as client advisor

Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Opalesque Industry Update - BlueMountain Capital Management, LLC, a private diversified alternative asset management firm with $22 billion in assets under management, have hired Rollo Wigan as Client Advisor in the firm's London office, where he will support ongoing client and business development activities for BlueMountain across Europe, the Middle East and Australia.

Mr. Wigan will work closely with the region's institutional investors, consultants and high net worth individuals and their advisors, strengthening BlueMountain's existing relationships and sourcing new investment opportunities. He joins the team led by Louisa Church, BlueMountain's Co-CEO of Europe and Head of Client Advisory - EMEA, and a member of the Firm's Management Committee.

"Rollo's expertise and relationships are well-aligned with BlueMountain's approach to delivering the highest level of client service, and we are pleased to welcome him to the London team, where he brings over 15 years of exceptional experience in client development and investor relations in the region," said Ms. Church.

"I am excited to be a part of and contribute to the continuous achievements of BlueMountain, a firm I have always admired for its commitment to unparalleled client service," said Mr. Wigan. "In a time of exciting changes for the alternative asset class, I look forward to partnering with my new colleagues and setting the bar higher for the standard of investor relations and client service."

Mr. Wigan joins BlueMountain from his most recent position as Managing Director and Head of Marketing and Investor Relations at Eisenstat Capital Partners. Prior to that role, Mr. Wigan served as Managing Principal at Halcyon Asset Management and previously as Managing Director at MKP Capital in New York.

BlueMountain Capital Management, LLC is a leading absolute return manager managing $22 billion of assets. BlueMountain's large and diverse team of professionals in New York and London are supported by the firm's institutionalized and proprietary infrastructure, including specialized operations and risk management technology.

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