Hamilton Lane Promotes Thirteen, Closes 361 Capital Acquisition
Private markets investment management firm Hamilton Lane has announced a number of senior promotions, spanning the areas of Investments, Client Service, Legal and Operations. In addition, the firm has expanded its team and added another office in Denver following the close of its acquisition of boutique alternative asset management firm 361 Capital.
Jay Rosenberger, John Stake, Matt Pellini, Miguel Luina, Trevor Messerly (Investments), Kristin Williamson (Corporate Marketing & Communications) and Tory Kulick (Information Technology) have all been promoted to Managing Director. Megan Milne and TC Rolfstad (Client Service) and Rachel Tsiouris-Gabriele and Xiaying Zhang (Business Development) have been promoted to Principal. Additionally, Keth Kleinman was promoted to Senior Corporate Counsel.
Mario Giannini, CEO, commented: “The events of the last year challenged us in so many ways; and through it all our firm has continued to grow, expanding our offerings and working to broaden access to the private markets for a larger set of investors. We are proud to congratulate the talented group of individuals on their promotions to Principal and Managing Director, and appreciate their collective contributions to our firm. Above all, I am confident that we have the platform, and the people, to continue to serve our clients’ evolving needs within the private markets.”
Hamilton Lane's recent acquisition of 361 Capital expands the firm's presence and capabilities in the U.S. private wealth channel specifically. The firm’s Denver office, its 18th location globally, is led by Managing Director Tom Florence, who previously served as CEO of 361 Capital, with support from Managing Directors Blaine Rollins and Josh Vail.
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