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SkyBridge's Troy Gayeski appointed to co-CIO

Monday, March 11, 2019
Opalesque Industry Update - SkyBridge Capital, a leading alternative investments firm, today announced the promotion of Troy A. Gayeski, CFA to Co-Chief Investment Officer alongside Ray Nolte.

In his new role, Troy will join Ray overseeing the firm's investment activities. As Senior Portfolio Manager, Mr. Gayeski continues to manage the firm's discretionary fund of hedge fund portfolios, including SkyBridge's flagship 1940 Act registered fund known as Series G as well as its offshore privately placed funds of hedge funds and institutional separate accounts. Mr. Gayeski's responsibilities include portfolio management, manager sourcing, research and due diligence across a wide variety of alternative investment strategies.

"We are thrilled to announce Troy's promotion to Co-CIO," said Anthony Scaramucci, Founder and Managing Partner at SkyBridge. "Troy has worked with me for the past 14 years and is an invaluable member of SkyBridge's investment team, and with this well-deserved appointment he will continue to help both the firm and its investors prosper," said Ray Nolte.

Troy is a regular speaker and commentator, appearing as a frequent guest on various broadcast networks including Bloomberg News, Fox Business Network, and CNBC. He holds a B.S. in chemical engineering from MIT and is a CFA charterholder.

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