Jonathan Gane was named CEO and Scott Thompson, chief investment officer, at hedge funds-of-funds manager Common Sense Investment Management, spokesman Jason Lahita said.
The appointments are effective immediately.
They replace James A. Bisenius, founder, CEO and CIO, who resigned those roles on Jan. 1 and became chairman of a new advisory board for the firm, Mr. Lahita said. The firm will make an announcement soon regarding other members of the board.
The firm's partners had announced in September 2013 that Mr. Bisenius would continue to run the firm following his arrest as part of a prostitution sting on Aug. 29, 2013, in Tigard, Ore.
Mr. Gane previously was global head of origination and structuring for the alternative investment solutions division at Societe Generale. Officials at Societe Generale could not be reached by press time.
Mr. Thompson, a partner at Common Sense Investment Management, previously was a portfolio manager on the firm's “fund-of-one” and core commingled products.
Mr. Gane did not immediately return a phone call, while Mr. Thompson was not available by press time.
Common Sense Investment Management has slightly more than $100 million in assets under management, Mr. Lahita said.