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Corecommodity taps Jamison's Danter for managing director role

Tuesday, April 03, 2018
Opalesque Industry Update - CoreCommodity Management, an independent asset manager dedicated solely to commodities as an asset class, today announced that Lawrence Danter joined the firm as Managing Director. Mr. Danter's primary responsibilities will include marketing the firm's absolute return offerings.

His newly created role comes as CoreCommodity's Founders Absolute Return Program approaches its one-year anniversary. The program seeks to provide alpha through a diverse portfolio designed to be uncorrelated to traditional equity, fixed income and commodity markets. The strategy employs directional commodity exposure, inter- and intra-commodity relative value, and invests across natural resource equities.

"Larry's stellar background and reputation further strengthens CoreCommodity as the most experienced commodities investment team in the industry," said Bradford Klein, CoreCommodity Co-Founder. "He will be a tremendous asset to us and our investors as we continue to expand our commodity absolute return strategies."

Mr. Danter brings more than 20 years of financial markets expertise to CoreCommodity. He was most recently a Managing Partner at commodity hedge fund Jamison Capital Partners, overseeing marketing, investor relations, and risk management. At Jamison, Mr. Danter played a leading role in growing Jamison's commodity absolute return business to peak assets under management of more than $2 billion. Prior to Jamison Capital, he spent more than eight years at Tudor Investment Corporation. He earned a B.A. in Actuarial Science from Baruch College in 1992.

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