MC Asset Management taps Raymond James veteran as president
By Christine Williamson | September 14, 2012 3:20 pm
Patrick Curran was named president of alternative investment manager MC Asset Management Holdings, confirmed Michael Carroll, a company spokesman, by e-mail.
It is a new position.
Mr. Curran also will replace Amin Aladin as CEO on Dec. 31, when Mr. Aladin assumes the new role of founding chairman.
Mr. Curran left his position as managing director of Raymond James in July. He headed the firm's asset management and capital markets technology investment banking sectors.
MC Asset Management manages $750 million with a focus on real-assets strategies for a predominantly institutional clientele.