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Mason Stark joins Wilshire Phoenix to lead its Alternative Investments Division

Thursday, March 28, 2019
Opalesque Industry Update - Wilshire Phoenix, is thrilled to announce the addition of Mason Stark as a Partner and Head of the firm's newly-formed Alternative Investments Division, Wilshire Phoenix Asset Management.

"Bringing Mason on to steward Wilshire Phoenix's Alternative Investments Division was an easy decision. He sees the markets in a way that few others are able and has a rare mix of technical expertise and a client first mindset. Mason joins Wilshire Phoenix Asset Management with decades of experience as an equity analyst, trader and portfolio manager where he astutely managed hedged-equity and long/short portfolios with over a billion in gross assets, successfully navigating some of the most volatile markets throughout the last 20+ years. It's a true pleasure to welcome Mason as a Partner and member of our Executive Leadership Team," said Bill Herrmann, Wilshire Phoenix's Founder and Managing Partner.

"I am delighted to join the extraordinary team at Wilshire Phoenix, and honored to lead the firm's Alternative Investments Division," said Mason Stark, Partner and Head of Wilshire Phoenix Asset Management. "Most of all I look forward to delivering alternative investment solutions that help our institutional and private clients achieve their performance goals."

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